WFL Contest Entries - Part the Last

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By Phil Hecken

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WFL Contest Entries - Part the Second

By Phil Hecken

Back again with Part II of the WFL uniform contest. If you missed Part I, click here. Very briefly, for those of you unfamiliar with the origin of the contest, the idea was for readers and designers to come up with a uniform for any WFL team had that team remained . . . → Read More: WFL Contest Entries – Part the Second

WFL Contest Entries Part I - Let the Voting Begin

By Phil Hecken

And now the moment (some of you) have been waiting for: the first round of WFL design-a-uniform contest entries. For those of you unfamiliar with the origin of the contest, the idea was for readers and designers to come up with a uniform for any WFL team had that team . . . → Read More: WFL Contest Entries Part I – Let the Voting Begin

WFL Contest Entries - The Progressions

By Phil Hecken, with Aaron Johnson

You’ll recall about a month ago, Aaron Johnson and I took a look back at the World Football League (which would have turned 40 this year), and later announced a uniform contest to imagine what a WFL team (or teams) would look today like if the league . . . → Read More: WFL Contest Entries – The Progressions