#forcincy match poster 6: saints vs indiana fire

 

WSOTP - Cincinnati Saints Matchday Poster 6

Well, the end of the National Premier Soccer League 2015 season is imminent, and this coming Saturday’s game against the Indiana Fire Juniors will be the Cincinnati Saints’ final home date of the campaign (though a rescheduled home friendly against the Columbus Crew SC College Program will still take place on Saturday, July 25th at 7:00pm).

And as such, that means that I still had one last match poster to put together for the campaign as well. There were lots of potential designs on the table, and plenty of places to draw inspiration from. The Fire Juniors aren’t a particularly well-supported team, but I’ve tried to avoid picking on teams so far, and I’m not going to start with my last one either. I also debated a “Final Countdown” clock seeing as how this was the Saints’ last home game, but that met the chopping block, too.

Ultimately looked to the nickname of our opposition once again to draw as the primary inspiration for the design. “Put Out the Fire” is a common chant yelled at Indiana’s parent club in Chicago, so I assumed that means we could apply it to them, too. And what better way would there be to convey that message than to invoke the spirit of the famous Smokey Bear? A slight modification to his trademark phrase let’s us know that he too wants to help extinguish the flames of the Saints’ foes this weekend.

This being the last league home match of the season, that also means this will also be the last time the WSOTP Podcast team will be in the commentary booth for the NPSL season. So if you can’t join us at Withrow tomorrow, be sure to catch our Live Stream broadcast available on our Match Commentary page.

And as always, if you want to see all my 2015 Cincinnati Saints match day poster designs from the season long series, click here.

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