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London Royals Football Club CREST
- Name of Club: London Royals Football Club.
(In tribute to the UK and worldwide representative city that is London, also because its location are the Royal National Theatre and the Royal Festival Hall).
- Nickname: The Royals
(fans of the club will be known by this nickname).
- Location: Lambeth
(Municipality of inner London, with lots of people and very touristic, which could have a social mass, and that there is no elite football club in the municipality or neighboring municipalities).
- Stadium: Thames Stadium
(in homage to the most important river of London and the proximity of the stadium to the river, its location would be near the Kia Oval on land unused which would construct a large sports area for the town).
Home Kit: Blue, red and white
(the colors of the UK flag, and golden accents that color is very of royalty).
Away kit: White, light blue and dark blue
(the colors of the River Thames and the London Eye).
- Crest: Crest is a simple and elegant, with battle shield-shaped, with a royal crown, a symbol with the name of the club, inside the flag of the united kingdom and the Tower Bridge over the River Thames, emblem of London and just 10 minutes from the stadium's club.
- Sports Brand: Nike
(after the passage of a puma nike arsenal, the royals take over one of the world's top sports brands, the chelsea and west ham would adidas, arsenal Totenham puma and under armor, so nike would have representation in a club with the name of london to barcelona, paris, berlin, etc.
nike used a provision of the colors that is unlike that of any club in the city, not entirely like chelsea blue or red as the arsenal or spurs or fulham white or stripes are vertical and the crystal palace , or use the colors of QPR.
- Sponsor: William Hill
(one of the British betting most important worldwide, it may invest enough money in sponsorship of the club)
- Note: I am in London, I've never been in that beautiful city, so I apologize if any imprecision. I put all my effort to look like a club as real as possible.
Thursday, 12 September 2013