Sports & Leisure

Louisville's Pro Soccer Team Ceased Merchandise Production After Fans Hated New Logo
December 20, 2019 at 2:28 pm

Soccer fans in Louisville, Ky., were excited to see their professional team, Louisville City FC, unveil a new crest. The new identity would accompany the team's new home, Lynn Family Stadium, which is currently under construction. Fans weren't so excited once they actually saw the new logo, though. https://twitter.com/loucityfc/status/1207007639777021952 https://twitter.com/MariusFroehlich/status/1208054345373306882 https://twitter.com/BobcatSNES/status/1207015525295022081 In many cases like…

The Best of the 2019-20 Bowl Game Swag: Backpacks, Video Games and a Fanny Pack
December 10, 2019 at 1:44 pm

It's that time of year again, everybody. The most wonderful time of the year to receive gifts. That's right, it's college football bowl season, where lucky athletes on successful Division I football teams get to walk away from a likely meaningless football game with a big ol' pile of swag! Some games are more luxurious…

Our New Favorite Pro Soccer Team Is Selling Branded Potatoes as Promotional Merch
November 19, 2019 at 1:40 pm

As the most popular activity in the world, with endless appeal, creativity and flair, soccer obviously creates a space where teams are equally creative with their means of advertising. And that's why we're here today looking at the latest promotional merch released by Forward Madison FC: a branded potato...

The Paris 2024 Olympics Logo Went Viral (for All the Wrong Reasons)
October 29, 2019 at 1:31 pm

On the global stage, many people are already looking ahead to 2024, when Paris will host its third Summer Olympics. Last week, the event's organizers released the official logo for the games, and, well, let's just say many observers weren't ready to give the designers a gold medal for creativity...

The Curious Case of the Controversial T-Shirt Pulled from the WWE Site
October 28, 2019 at 1:53 pm

Professional wrestling enjoys immense popularity thanks to a number of performers, including those who hold the title of “heel.” Albert Christian Hardie Jr., who wrestles as Jordan Myles for the WWE brand NXT, believes its his employer who is playing the heel, thanks to a T-shirt that he thinks has racist undertones.