Football is one of the most loved family sports not just in the United States but in the entire world. Many families enjoy getting together on a Sunday afternoon watching their favourite team. It is already part of the American culture and if a family member decided to join the football league, expect that the entire family will support all throughout the game. We cannot blame them, football is such a lovely sports and it is a way for families to bond closer.
If your family is one of those mentioned above, then it is time for you to choose the banner that you will bring in the league. Here are some design ideas that you can use.
- Advance Hornets
A good combination of orange and black, this design idea will make any team happy.
- Bangor Rams
Let your little ones fight like a ram in this Bangor Ram inspired banner.
- Berkmar Patriot
Wave this banner like a flag in the field and you will surely have all eyes on your team.
- Bluffton Tigers
Hear the loud roar of the crowd as they cheer for your team with this design.
- Ashville Bulldogs
Take the team’s energy to the highest level with this design that will surely wow them.
- Camelback Spartans
Fight like a Spartan and bring home the bacon with a banner design that will unleash the warrior in them.
- Hermleigh Cardinals
Red is the colour of bravery and if you have this banner design, your team will surely fight with all their might.
- Chicago Bears
Be as strong as a bear in the field but cuddly in real life as you support your team in the league.
- Clopton Hawks
See your team’s dream soar high like a hawk flying in the sky with this design.
- Colton Viking
Vikings are tough and they will fight ‘til the end. The same thing will happen to your team if you show your support using this banner design.
Now that you already have design ideas, it is also equally important that you know what font to use. There are several font types to use that will look good on your football banners. The main thing that should be kept in mind is to keep it simple. The cool designs might look very impressive but they don’t always work once it is printed. You want people to be able to read your banner from the farthest distance possible. In order to do that, normal spaced letters with clean lines is the way to go.
Fonts that are over the top or hard to read will not work on a football or any sports banners. It might look nice on the computer but once printed, it doesn’t always look the same. Find a font that is clean without any interruption. The last thing you would want to do is have your consumer miss the message because of a design flaw.