Standard Kits

Our Football Manager Standard Kits Megapack matches the same design as the Default Kits in Football Manager but includes all the real Kit Designs that Football Manager doesn't come with by default.

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Standard Kits
These premier league 19/20 kits have been created to replicate the in game style that used for the Bundesliga, Ligue 1 Conforama and Lower English Leagues.
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Ivs
10 years ago
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Sensational effort!
Well done @mva0322!
mva0322
4 years ago
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@ivs i'll try do the Juventus kits over the w/e as well - looks like you would need to use FMRTE or the editor to fix the colour of the away kit though. will keep you posted through this thread
mva0322
4 years ago
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I've removed FM2020 from my computer due to all the ongoing issues I have had with Sports interactive and steam. The in game editor i purchased never worked and SI wouldn't refund me for it, so i've given up.

If anyone would like to get involve in this project and create kits for other leagues i would be happy to share my design files.
mva0322
4 years ago
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For those of you requesting the Juventus Kit to be created in the same style. I have made some and saved them here:

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/6mvq65jn60adphz/AAAi09HkjaNpiSuGJuEa5-vZa?dl=0
Emocean
9 years ago
9 hours ago
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You're a hero, love it.
gambe945
2 years ago
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@mva0322 Hey mate, those are very nice

Do you have a template we can use to make other kits? Thanks in advance!
RetroKid1966
10 years ago
9 hours ago
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I’d like a template if there is one,
any chance you could do some La Liga teams?

I think La Liga is the only one of the top 5 leagues that don’t have kits, now you’ve done EPL of course

thanks so much for your work, so pleased the standard kits are available again
mva0322
4 years ago
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@RetroKid1966 i can give you the template to make them however it's quite complex and you'll need adobe creative suite to be able to edit the kits. I've used adobe Illustrator and Photoshop to create these. Are you skilled with that software?
mva0322
4 years ago
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@RetroKid1966 i can give you the template to make them however it's quite complex and you'll need adobe creative suite to be able to edit the kits. I've used adobe Illustrator and Photoshop to create these. Are you skilled with that software?
RetroKid1966
10 years ago
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@RetroKid1966 i can give you the template to make them however it's quite complex and you'll need adobe creative suite to be able to edit the kits. I've used adobe Illustrator and Photoshop to create these. Are you skilled with that software?


i've made kits before in SS style by using GIMP (free alternative to photoshop)
the template packs on here for photoshop SS styles open just the same in GIMP
just misses a few of the more premium features
Anthony Kenna
9 years ago
1 year ago
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Hi

I would like a template of this too, if you wouldn't mind.

Really impressive effort on the PL kits.

I quite like making my own fantasy kits, but I like the new 2d style.

Thanks
Jamie Pryke
8 years ago
1 year ago
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Any chance of getting the La Liga kits in this design?
mixalis412
1 year ago
17 hours ago
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@mva0322 bro you can send the template?
BaseSteve*
9 years ago
1 year ago
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Great work on the kits, any chance you could share the template? Im familiar with Photoshop.
RetroKid1966
10 years ago
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are you likely to be doing a 2020/21 update?
only Leicester City are already in the base game.

if you release your templates then it looks like there's quite a few people who would like to contribute 🙂
mva0322
4 years ago
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i won't be doing 20/21 kits unfortunately.

However here is the dropbox link to the .psd files for the 19/20 PL kits if anyone want to use these to create new ones. the reason you need photoshop and illustrator is that the all the logos and sponsors are done using smart object illustrator layers so they are interchangeable. basically you double click the layer in photoshop, it opens illustrator, you change the layer and save file, and the new logo layer appears in photoshop, making it easy to change them between files.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/z8gn7sp3zls0lh2/PSD.zip?dl=0
mva0322
4 years ago
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I might get a chance to do a set of Premier league kits over the Christmas holiday break, if there is enough interest in them.
wfm18
3 years ago
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i won't be doing 20/21 kits unfortunately.

However here is the dropbox link to the .psd files for the 19/20 PL kits if anyone want to use these to create new ones. the reason you need photoshop and illustrator is that the all the logos and sponsors are done using smart object illustrator layers so they are interchangeable. basically you double click the layer in photoshop, it opens illustrator, you change the layer and save file, and the new logo layer appears in photoshop, making it easy to change them between files.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/z8gn7sp3zls0lh2/PSD.zip?dl=0

Hi @mva0322, I'd highly recommend creating 3D kits and then converting them to Standard Kits via this script for Photoshop: https://sortitoutsi.net/content/57188/template-2d-fm2021-standard-kits

It's kinda similar in terms of using smart layers and so on, and really easy when 3D kits designed the right way (sometimes exports look bad since the 3D kit is not correctly designed).

I might get a chance to do a set of Premier league kits over the Christmas holiday break, if there is enough interest in them.

These ones are already converted for this year, which you can find here: https://sortitoutsi.net/content/57197/epl-standard-2020-2021

I hope you can focus on some leagues in 3D and optimize them for 2D (in terms of logo placement).

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