Premier League clubs re-named based on literal interpretations of badges


The minds over at Buzzfeed came up with the genius concept of changing every Premier League club’s name based on what their badges would literally suggest. The results are hilarious. Check out some of our favorites here:

Chelsea FC:

imageLiverpool FC:

imageHull City:

imageAston Villa:


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Imagine that: A soccer take on NFL logos

The fine folks over at FootballAsFootball.com have re-envisioned some of the most recognizable logos in American sports: NFL team logos.

Taking four of football’s most soccer-crazed countries, the artists made logos in the style of English, Italian, German and Spanish clubs. Take a look at some of our favorites from each country below, and be sure to check them all out and find your favorite:


San Francisco 49ers (Germany)


Arizona Cardinals (Spain)


New York Jets (Italy)


Buffalo Bills (England)


Gareth Bale is trying to trademark his goal celebration as a logo


Gareth Bale has filed an application with the Intellectual Property Office to trademark the heart-shaped hand gesture that he throws up to the camera after pretty much every single goal he scores.

It seems clear that Bale will try to put the logo on merchandise for fans to snatch up (the application mentions jewelry, leather goods and clothing).

One thing we’d like to know: What if Bale screws up his own trademark in the heat of the moment? Does the placement of the other fingers matter? That would be embarrassing.

And perhaps we’re reading into this too much, but the “11” in the middle means Bale won’t want to change his kit number. Maybe it’s a signal he isn’t planning on leaving Tottenham any time soon — a change in club often means a change in number.

Well, unless it’s to Real Madrid. Number 11 is held by Ricardo Carvalho. His contract is up this summer…