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The 300th edition of the Crest Redesign Competition Weekly (CRCW) was a little different, but the result was very similar to the previous: Aegon winning a stage involving a side known by their four-letter initialism.

Los Angeles Football Club - let’s face it, LAFC - are inadvertently subject to the current backlash towards black-and-gold football kits, having the overused colourway as their first-choice look, but the relatively young MLS team certainly have a striking identity, which our challenge embraced.

One of the most important identities in Romanian football is that of FCSB.

Argued to be on the natural lineage of the iconic side Steaua București, FCSB - as they are bound to refer to themselves as currently - have been a domestic force since 2013, even if there is debate over the decades prior to that, so were well worthy of having the Crest Redesign Competition Weekly (CRCW) light shone on them.

Slovenia have one of the most iconic examples of kit “colours” in international football, and indeed in football in general, so excitement wasn’t in short supply when the international side were announced as the focus for the 247th stage of the Kit of the Week (KOTW) challenge.

It was a stage that didn’t disappoint. And we say that a lot, but very few stages do disappoint, so it’s with good reason.

Football Club København - FC Copenhagen - are hugely decorated and the Danish Superliga’s top side currently, despite being relatively young in their present guise.

They’ve packed a lot into their 30 years and were well deserving of the Kit of the Week (KOTW) treatment they received from DF members - even if it wasn’t necessarily an aspiration.