KAMPION Card Game


FOOTBALL AND FUN, 4 GAME MODES, STRATEGY OR LUCK, WORLDWIDE ARTISTS

The playable art gallery

Counting 197 illustrators, 59 countries, 5 continents so far

Kampion is a football card game with beautiful artwork from worldwide artists. It is a collaborative effort and a homage to our football idols.

How to play?

Are you a beginner? Are you a heavy gamer? Or are you someone in-between? Whoever you are, welcome, we have created 3 game modes so everyone can enjoy Kampion! Our cards are very versatile, so you can even create your own game mode.

TRADITIONAL
EVOLUTION
REVOLUTION LIGHT
REVOLUTION
  • TRADITIONAL

    All ages

    Like all top trumps games, this game mode is played between two or more players and the objective is to win all the cards. The starting player flips over the first card on his stack, chooses one attribute and says it out loud. The player with the highest score on that attribute wins and plays next. Simple and fun. Download the rulebook to know the rules in detail!

  • EVOLUTION

    All ages

    What happens when you add some turbo power to the traditional top-trumps rules? Evolution! We've inserted a few changes to make the game faster, more exciting and less predictable. Quick example: now you play 3 cards at a time (instead of just one), which gives the game an extra level of strategy! Download the rulebook to know the rules in detail!

  • REVOLUTION LIGHT

    13 and up

    This is an intermediate game mode, not as simple as top trumps but also not as complex as Revolution. Get 4 attacking and 4 defensive cards. Your goal, while attacking, is to score a goal by defeating your opponent 4 consecutive times. After attacking, it's time to defend and avoid your opponent's goal. Simpler and quicker, but still lots of fun. Download the rulebook to know the rules in detail!

  • REVOLUTION

    15 and up

    Forget everything you know about top-trumps, this is a totally new game mode that mixes a card game and a football game! Pick your starting eleven (you also have substitutes) and start the game! Like any football game, you will have to progress through the playing field, overcoming your opposition. Needless to say, whoever scores more goals wins! Download the rulebook to know the rules in detail!

GET THE GAME

Support the project and buy a professional-quality deck of cards from the link below. In alternative, our game is 100% free to download, print and play!

DECK #1

54 cards

Available now! Support our project by ordering the original deck now in our e-store!

DECK #2

54 cards

Under development. If you are a talented illustrator and want to join, send us an email.

DECK #3

54 cards

Under development. If you are a talented illustrator and want to join, send us an email.

PDF DECK

version 1.0

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THE CARDS

Kampion is a worldwide collaborative effort. Each artist is the sole responsible for his card, created with his own style. All characters appearing in this work are fictitious. Any resemblance to real persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental.

  • All
  • Goalkeepers
  • Defenders
  • Midfielders
  • Forwards
  • Adama

    by Adrián Oviedo

    From: Monterrey, Mexico

    Web: www.behance.net/adrianoviedo

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    "Adama" was an inspiration for me as a kid in '90 and '94 World Cups. He would always play his fiercest and led his team to outstanding victories even when they were not favorites. He was an exceptional player and one of my all time favorites.

  • Amado

    by Asclê de Oliveira

    From: Juiz de Fora, Brazil

    Web: www.behance.net/ascledeoliveira

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    "Amado" is one of the greatest players of all time. Compared with the style of Pelé, he earned the nickname "Prince". He wore the number 10 jersey of the Cruzeiro team that stopped the "King"’s Santos, in 1966, with monumental performances in the Brazilian Cup.

  • Artigas

    by Thiago Ramon Grizilli

    From: Americana, Brazil

    Web: www.behance.net/trgrizilli

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    As a supporter of São Paulo FC, and admirer of the Uruguayan style of play, my contribution could be none other than "Artigas". There is a well known phrase among Brazilian weekend footballers which defines the way the captain of "La Celeste" plays: "The ball can even get through, but the opponent NEVER!"

  • Augustus

    by Davide Barco

    From: Milan, Italy

    Web: www.behance.net/davidebarco

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    He is THE Captain of A.C. Milan, no one will ever be like him.

  • Bach

    by Maria Perera

    From: Gijón, Spain

    Web: www.laperera.es

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    not given.

  • Bacon

    by Jens Roth

    From: Mainz, Germany

    Web: http://rothjens.de

    Web: www.behance.net/jensroth

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    I'm not so much in soccer, but "Bacon" is a funny figure of self-expression so i enjoyed exposing him.

  • Bardot

    by Shaozi Felix

    From: Tangshan, China

    Web: www.behance.net/felix_shaozi

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    not given.

  • Bartok

    by Campa

    From: Budapest, Hungary

    Web: www.behance.net/campa

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    not given.

  • Baudouin

    by Martin Bowyer

    From: Aalborg, Denmark

    Web: www.martinbowyer.com

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    not given.

  • Beckett

    by Brian Fitzgerald

    From: Dublin, Ireland

    Web: www.brianfitzer.ie

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    "Beckett" is such an experienced striker. He almost knows where the ball is going to be ahead of time. He is wonderful to watch and has an amazing goal scoring record.

  • Beethoven

    by Kako

    From: São Paulo, Brazil

    Web: www.behance.net/Kakofonia

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    Interesting face to work with. Tough and sweet at the same time.

  • Big Ben

    by Lize-Marie Dreyer

    From: Pretoria, South Africa

    Web: www.behance.net/Lize-MarieDreyer

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    I love illustrating long and weird characters with out of proportion features. "Big Ben"'s length and skinny figure was the perfect candidate for my style.

  • Bolivar

    by Elvira Lanzafame

    From: London, UK

    Web: www.behance.net/elvira_lanzafame

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    not given.

  • Bonaparte

    by Rasmus Buhl

    From: Copenhagen, Denmark

    Web: www.semiotaku.com

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    I have been wanting to do a illustration of "Bonaparte" for some time so this seemed like the perfect opportunity.

  • Bonifácio

    by Fabio P. Corazza

    From: São Paulo, Brazil

    Web: www.behance.net/fpcorazza

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    An iconic figure from a very special era of Brazilian football.

  • Borges

    by Ricardo Chemega

    From: Porto, Portugal

    Web: www.chemega.com

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    A world-class player that loves the club’s shirt.

  • Bowser

    by Ruslan Suleimanov

    From: Almaty, Kazakhstan

    Web: www.behance.net/suleimanov

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    not given.

  • Buarque

    by Danilo Limas

    From: São Paulo, Brazil

    Web: http://cargocollective.com/dnlimas

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    Vasco is the team that I support. So, to create a player that plays or played for the team would be very cool. When I saw the opportunity to create “Buarque”, I immediately said yes. After all, he was the best defender I ever saw playing for my club.

  • Caetano

    by José Marconi

    From: Curitiba, Brazil

    Web: www.marconi-design.com

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    Even though "Caetano" has made only one goal in the World Cup, it is undoubtedly and unarguably the best goal in the World Cup ever.

  • Castilla

    by Iñigo Gomez

    From: London, UK

    Web: www.inigoportfolio.com

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    not given.

  • Chapayev

    by Sergey Maidukov

    From: Kiev, Ukraine

    Web: www.behance.net/prktr

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    not given.

  • Columbus

    by Chokolate Design

    From: Distrito Federal, Mexico

    Web: www.behance.net/ChokolateDesign

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    I chose these two football players ["Columbus" and "Kahlo"] by the fact that they have generated a lot of controversy around them, if they are good, if they deserve the recognition it gives them. But with all that they have gone ahead and have a good appreciation from people for what they have achieved. also show that they always have a great attitude with the people.

  • Cook

    by Henrique Jorge

    From: São Paulo, Brazil

    Web: www.hjoilustra.com

    Web: www.behance.net/hjoilustra

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    not given.

  • Cortés

    by Toni Reyna

    From: Madrid, Spain

    Web: http://tonireyna.blogspot.com

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    I wanted to make this homage to the whole Valencia C.F. team of the 2000s decade. Probably his iconic look made me choose "Cortés" among the others.

  • Curie

    by Faddy Ravydera

    From: Jakarta, Indonesia

    Web: www.behance.net/faddyravydera

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    not given.

  • Darwin

    by Brandon Williams

    From: Orlando, USA

    Web: www.behance.net/webpixum

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    not given.

  • De Klerk

    by Philipe Coutinho

    From: São Paulo, Brazil

    Web: www.behance.net/lipson

    Web: http://dribbble.com/lipson

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    I chose "De Klerk" because the way he played always impressed me. He always showed great leadership, safety and great technique. Since I started following football in the 90's, all the players of that decade made quite an impression on me. And Frank de Boer was one of the greatest defenders of his era.

  • De Medici

    by Jona Kagimba

    From: Kampala, Uganda

    Web: www.behance.net/jonakagimba

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    I was approached me about the idea of a football card game where many other artists from all over the world were participating… I wanted to be part of such an amazing project.

  • De Vega

    by Anastazi Li

    From: Orsha, Belarus

    Web: www.behance.net/Liskova

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    not given.

  • Descartes

    by Lizanne Visser

    From: Johannesburg, South Africa

    Web: www.behance.net/driehoek

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    I am not very familiar with soccer, and even less familiar with the famous players, but I chose to draw this player because of his distinct facial features, and because he played for France (this is because I wish I could speak French). I also chose him because his skin tone and the colours in the French flag create a beautiful colour palette.

  • Dios

    by Alan Oronoz

    From: Chihuahua, Mexico

    Web: www.alanoronoz.com

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    not given.

  • Drake

    by Greg Bakes

    From: Linden, Australia

    Web: http://graphicbakehouse.com.au

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    He has interesting features that work with my drawing style.

  • Drummond

    by Akram William

    From: Cairo, Egypt

    Web: www.behance.net/AkramWilliam

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    Just Imagine a titan defending the ball with the might of 100 men, that was "Drummond" for me, a childhood hero. That was the reason for drawing "Drummond".

  • Dvorak

    by Can Guven

    From: Istanbul, Turkey

    Web: www.behance.net/canguv

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    Not given.

  • Esquivel

    by Frana1

    From: Como, Italy

    Web: www.behance.net/FranaOne

    Web: www.facebook.com/pages/FranaOne

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    I decided to draw "Esquivel" because for me is a top player and a loyal man. He runs and fights for all ninety minutes especially during this hard period for F.C. Internazionale Milano. He is respected by everyone, by his teammates and by his opponents.

  • Fanque

    by Shiffa

    From: Mexico City, Mexico

    Web: www.dashiffa.com

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    One of the most representative Mexican soccer players for his technique and style certainly was “Fanque”, and it is my honor to represent it in an illustration. An icon and a living example of what can be achieved by doing something with the heart and fun.

  • Faraday

    by Jian

    From: Taipei, Taiwan

    Web: www.behance.net/jian0309

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    Not given.

  • Fernão

    by Hugraphic

    From: Lisbon, Portugal

    Web: www.hugraphic.com

    Web: www.facebook.com/hugraphic.illustration

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    One of the best wingers of all time. A great captain who led the portuguese national team to the top in 2004 Euro CUP and 2006 World Cup.

  • Frost

    by Anthony Clark

    From: Liverpool, UK

    Web: www.behance.net/antclark

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    I'm a big Liverpool fan and he was my favorite player growing up. He's a legendary goalscorer for our club.

  • Garibaldi

    by Cristian Eres

    From: Valencia, Spain

    Web: http://cristianeres.com

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    Not given.

  • Gaudi

    by Bakea

    From: Valencia, Spain

    Web: www.behance.net/bakea

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    Not given.

  • Ghenghis

    by Artem Solop

    From: Kiev, Ukraine

    Web: www.behance.net/artemsolop

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    He is strong player and reliable team member, always playing on the edge of rules and human capabilities. I'll never forget his game with head injured, It seems like football wasn't just a game for him - it was death or life matter. Well, this guy is perfect character for my rendering style.

  • Gigio

    by Gonza Rodriguez

    From: Brasil / Argentina

    Web: http://gonzarodriguez.blogspot.be

    Web: www.behance.net/gonzarodriguez

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    Because he’s the biggest idol from my favorite club.

  • Grimm

    by Laryssa Wannelle

    From: Olinda, Brazil

    Web: www.behance.net/wannelle

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    Not given.

  • Guerrero

    by Erik Gonzalez

    From: Guanajuato, Mexico

    Web: www.behance.net/erikdgmx

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    Not given.

  • Gutenberg

    by Alfonso el Atómico

    From: Distrito Federal, Mexico

    Web: www.facebook.com/pages/Alfonso-el-atomico

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    I think "Gutenberg" was simply amazing, he had a really strong personality inside the field an the way he distracted the opponent was a very good skill.

  • Gwyn

    by Alongkorn Sanguansook

    From: Chiang Mai, Thailand

    Web: www.behance.net/GuGGGar

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    Not given.

  • Hawking

    by Tom J Manning

    From: Bristol, UK

    Web: www.behance.net/Tom-J-M-illustration

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    Not given.

  • Hendrix

    by Kevin Hauff

    From: Lytham, UK

    Web: www.kevinhauff.com

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    Not given.

  • Hopkins

    by Faddy Ravydera

    From: Jakarta, Indonesia

    Web: www.behance.net/faddyravydera

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    Not given.

  • Hurakan

    by Toñito Balderrama

    From: Aguascalientes, Mexico

    Web: www.behance.net/eltonito

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    He was Mexico’s best player in the 1998 World Cup, making me excited and passionate in every single of those games. He is, without a doubt, one of Mexico’s biggest representatives in World Cup history. Besides that, he was a very peculiar player, flamboyant and very charismatic… it was impossible to hate this guy.

  • Iceberg

    by Mr. Lemonade

    From: Leon, Mexico

    Web: www.mr.lemonade.com.mx

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    The reason to create "Iceberg" was mainly because of his style, him being a powerful player and a leader in every team he played for. That and his peculiar beard was what motivated me the most in this decision to draw him.

  • Ivanhoe

    by Jennifer Farley

    From: Westmeath, Ireland

    Web: www.laughing-lion-design.com

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    Not given.

  • Jagic

    by Gerardo Martinez

    From: Leon, Mexico

    Web: http://dreesk8.tumblr.com

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    I feel very inspired by him, because he was a wonderful soccer player, he was a very important player in the Croatian team of France’98. He was fast, aggressive, very powerful and always loved his shirt, plus he is and will be one of the best players of his country and and an inspiration for many others.

  • Jobim

    by Richard Koubik

    From: Porto Alegre, Brazil

    Web: www.behance.net/richardkoubik

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    "Jobim" was one of the biggest idols of Grêmio, the team that I support. He led the team that won its second Copa Libertadores and was part of a successful decade for the tricolor "gaúcho". He was an idol both here in America and in Europe and, therefore, will never be forgotten.

  • Kafka

    by Jindřich Janíček

    From: Znojmo, Czech Republic

    Web: www.behance.net/SorryWeAreLazy

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    He was suggested to me ´cause I don´t know a thing about football... 

  • Kahlo

    by Chokolate Design

    From: Distrito Federal, Mexico

    Web: www.behance.net/ChokolateDesign

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    I chose these two football players ["Columbus" and "Kahlo"] by the fact that they have generated a lot of controversy around them, if they are good, if they deserve the recognition it gives them. But with all that they have gone ahead and have a good appreciation from people for what they have achieved. also show that they always have a great attitude with the people.

  • Kessel

    by Boris Hasabike

    From: Buenos Aires, Argentina

    Web: www.behance.net/boris_hasabike

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    I chose "Kessel" because of his fresh attitude towards football. Being a worldwide top player you can still sense an amateur feeling in him. In an era where many prefer to talk on microphones, "Kessel" talks in the football field, and he talks loud.

  • Kierkegaard

    by Zarja Menart

    From: Ljubljana, Slovenia

    Web: www.behance.net/zarjamenart

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    The reason for creating this player are his awesome tattoos. :)

  • King

    by Antônio de Pádua C. Neto

    From: São Paulo, Brazil

    Web: http://neto78.com

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    "King" won his first World Cup at 18 years of age, he’s the most prolific scorer in football history with 1,285 goals, was voted athlete of the century, and considered by many as the greatest footballer of all time. I think King is the "Top Trump".

  • Köll

    by Magomed Dovjenko

    From: Cologne, Germany

    Web: http://by-mago.com

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    I chose "Köll" because he is a friend of mine, also I'm working together with him on projects now so I thought it'd be a nice shot to do a portrait of him.

  • Lao Zi

    by Vilde D. Ulriksen

    From: Bergen, Norway

    Web: http://mokinzi.tumblr.com

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    There are few great Asian footballers out there, and thus "Lao Zi" really stands out. I like his energetic style of play, always giving 110%. As an artist I was fascinated by his facial features and the motion of his hair while running. I find him to be an intriguing personality and I truly admire his passion for the game.

  • Le Corbusier

    by Maria Simavilla

    From: Salamanca, Spain

    Web: www.laninapolilla.es

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    At the suggestion of my boyfriend, I chose "Le Corbusier" as he fits well with my characters style, and I think it's true. He is a very charismatic guy, seems an optimistic person, always smiling, and I like that he was a "one club man". That indicates he is a romantic man and I love it.

  • Levski

    by Megan Bird

    From: Pretoria, South Africa

    Web: www.behance.net/driehoek

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    Besides for him being a brilliant player, he kinda looks like a lumber jack and i like that quality in any man.

  • Lithium

    by Tuomas Ikonen

    From: Helsinki, Finland

    Web: www.tuomasikonen.com

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    Finland isn't known for it's success in international football or star players, "Lithium" being an exception;  he is the all time best Finnish football player.

  • Livingstone

    by Aleksei Bitskoff

    From: London, UK

    Web: www.ickypen.co.uk

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    Because this goalkeeper is talented and eccentric.

  • Lovecraft

    by Dave Habennink

    From: Salt Lake City, USA

    Web: www.habbenink.com

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    "Lovecraft" typified cool to me as a kid. His style and confidence on the field not only made him successful, but made him great to watch.

  • Luther

    by Daniel Long

    From: Norwich, England

    Web: http://daniellongillustration.co.uk

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    He is tenth on the list of all time international goalscorers. His nickname was 'Der Bomber' and had a glorious 70's style moustache to go with such a glorious nickname. I felt his appearance and style of playing is mirrored in my work and way of working.

  • MacBride

    by Valery Matyukhin

    From: Novosibirsk, Russia

    Web: www.behance.net/OneAppleInBox

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    I think because he looks like a tank, but with kind eyes. :)

  • Machiavelli

    by Sebastian Gomez De La Torre

    From: Houston, USA

    Web: http://illseabass.com

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    Though I grew up in a country where football/soccer is a big deal, I'm not at all familiar with professional players. So I asked to be assigned one and this is who I got.

  • Magritte

    by William Dalebout

    From: Portland, USA

    Web: www.pushbuttonstudio.com

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    I don’t actually know anything about football, I chose this guy because I thought he had an interesting face.

  • Marconi

    by Ian David Marsden

    From: Switzerland / France / USA

    Web: http://marsdencartoons.com

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    There was something about his chin…

  • Messias

    by Elisa Sassi

    From: San Francisco, USA

    Web: http://elisasassi.com

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    Not only he's the world's best but also his name rhymes with Sassi. :)

  • Moniz

    by Micky Abbath

    From: Lisbon, Portugal

    Web: www.mickyart.com

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    Not given.

  • Moraes

    by SkySunnymQ

    From: Chengdu, China

    Web: http://skysunnymq.deviantart.com

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    Not given.

  • Nacka

    by Linus Nyström

    From: Stockholm, Sweden

    Web: www.linusnystrom.se

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    Hammarby is a team from Södermalm, a working class neighborhood in Stockholm, and "Nacka" is one of it's big legends. He was born on christmas eve, and still today, big crowds leave their traditional christmas celebrations to gather around a statue raised in his memory. For me it was obvious that I chose a Hammarby player for this project and since I have a retro feeling in my illustrations, I chose "Nacka".

  • Neruda

    by Donough O'Malley

    From: Dublin, Ireland

    Web: www.behance.net/Donoughomalley

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    Not given.

  • Nevsky

    by Caramelaw

    From: Singapore City, Singapore

    Web: www.iamcaramelaw.com

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    It's fun and unusual. Right up my alley!

  • Okigbo

    by Kieran Carroll

    From: Kilkenny, Ireland

    Web: http://kierancarrolldesign.tumblr.com

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    Growing up watching the Premier League, "Okigbo" is one of those players that is easy to remember. He was tall, skinny and slow but a great striker. I felt that these characteristics were the makings of an interesting illustration in which I intended to exaggerate his most defining features.

  • Ordóñez

    by Omar Shammah

    From: Damascus, Syria

    Web: www.behance.net/omarshammah

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    Well, I'm a proud fan of Liverpool FC since I was a kid. And I see in him, a star who could really help maintaining a certain level of entertainment and results, even at some hard times in the club history. "Ordonez" is one of the best strikers in the world today. Because of his spirit in the field, he could simply do anything for the team to win.

  • Otto

    by Baran Sarigul

    From: Bournemouth, UK

    Web: www.behance.net/baransarigul

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    Not given.

  • Owen

    by Weef

    From: Leeds, UK

    Web: www.weef.co.uk

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    I saw him score two of the most amazing goals last season. Plus, he has the look of a player from the old cigarette cards of my youth.

  • Pascal

    by Felio Sotomayor

    From: London, UK

    Web: www.portfelio.co.uk

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    "Pascal" for me is a player that England doesn't produce very often, who does the basics of the game so perfectly that watching him makes you appreciate what football really is about. His reading of the game, his laser-guided passes, his movement and canon-ball shots make him one of the most complete attacking midfielders there has ever been.

  • Perón

    by Nicolás Sarmiento

    From: San Carlos de Bariloche, Argentina

    Web: www.behance.net/nicosarmiento

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    Because is a very well known football player from Argentina, that managed to win a world cup.

  • Pettoruti

    by Danielle Pioli

    From: São Paulo, Brazil

    Web: www.daniellepioli.blogspot.com

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    Not given.

  • Pitbull

    by JhonB Mlk

    From: Cali, Colombia

    Web: www.behance.net/JhonBMlk

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    A very good midfielder,strong, aggressive. Is a Pitbull... perfect for graphic style.

  • Quintino

    by Thiago Fagundes

    From: Brasilia, Brazil

    Web: www.behance.net/thiagofagundes

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    "Quintino" was and still is the greatest soccer idol of Flamengo, my club at heart. At such a time of scarce quality players in the current squad of Flamengo, "Quintino" represents the best years of this club. Years that, unfortunately, I did not witness.

  • Rasputin

    by Johnny Terror

    From: Coahuila, Mexico

    Web: www.behance.net/johnnyterror

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    To be sincere, I don't know to much about soccer, and I've join the project as a challenge to create something that I'm not so close to. Then, there it was, "Rasputin" a powerful character, mystic and with a strong personality. And then I thought "Yeah, he will look so cool in a card with golds and blacks tones, He will looks like a very special and rare card.

  • Rembrandt

    by Tommy Surya

    From: Malang, Indonesia

    Web: www.behance.net/toohard88

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    Not given.

  • Rhino

    by Evan Tsai

    From: Taichang, Taiwan

    Web: www.evantsaidesign.com

    Web: www.flickr.com/photos/teacher_evan

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    I was chosen because of my work on fierce gorillas in space. "Rhino" really gave me a challenge and also an opportunity to create something savage and interesting.

  • Robespierre

    by Harijs Grundmanis

    From: Riga, Latvia

    Web: www.harrymovieart.com

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    Cool football player with interesting visual.

  • Robles

    by Michael Arnold

    From: Gloucester, UK

    Web: www.mkrnld.co.uk

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    His eccentric personality and habit of making his own kit leant itself perfectly to the bold colors and patterns within my work. It was as if this player was born for me to illustrate!

  • Rómulo

    by Luis Dourado

    From: São Paulo, Brazil

    Web: www.hlvisions.com

    Web: www.behance.net/Luis_Dourado

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    "Rómulo" was one of the best soccer players of Brazil, and I think his "crazy" expression is very interesting to draw =)

  • Röntgen

    by Debora Cabral

    From: Recife, Brazil

    Web: www.behance.net/deboracabral

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    Not given.

  • Saci

    by Daniel Zeppo

    From: São Paulo, Brazil

    Web: www.behance.net/DanielZeppo

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    Not given.

  • Sarmiento

    by Gel Jamlang

    From: Baltimore, USA

    Web: www.geljamlang.com

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    Not given.

  • Sartre

    by Keefer Charneau

    From: New York, USA

    Web: www.FootyDesign.com

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    I really wanted to draw Sagna's hair, but I'm French so I like French players.

  • Shakespeare

    by Chris Valentine

    From: Johannesburg, South Africa

    Web: www.FootyDesign.com

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    Only reason for choosing "Shakespeare" is he’s a great midfielder and I’m a huge Arsenal fan.

  • Sinbad

    by Aurelio Lorenzo

    From: Madrid, Spain

    Web: www.behance.net/aurelio_lorenzo

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    I've been an Atletico de Madrid supporter all my life and "Sinbad" is a top class player that has given us so much, first as an energetic, dedicated midfielder who took part in the club's 1996 La Liga and Copa Del Rey double triumph, and now as a passionate coach, responsible for the most successful run of the team for some years. I couldn't miss this chance to give my small homage to him.

  • Sófocles

    by Douglas Ferreira

    From: Florianópolis, Brazil

    Web: www.douglaspf.blogspot.com

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    I do not know much about the history of Doctor "Sófocles", but from what I heard, he was very important for Brazilian football, leading a movement that fought for the democratization of football. Another thing I found interesting is that he was a doctor.

  • Stoker

    by Diarmuid O'Cathain

    From: Dublin, Ireland

    Web: www.diarmdraws.com

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    The last time I could honestly call myself a football fan was back in the 1990 Italian World Cup, at the tender age of 7. "Stoker" reigned supreme. His penalty saving skills remain the stuff of legends.

  • Strong

    by Chris Bishop

    From: Washington DC, USA

    Web: http://chrisbishop.com

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    He has such an interesting face. I totally saw the Indomitable Lion in it.

  • Tesla

    by Stanley Chow

    From: Manchester, UK

    Web: www.stanleychowillustration.com

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    I just loved watching him play football… he was such an elegant and graceful player. I loved the way time seem to stop when he had the ball. If I was to be reincarnated into a footballer it would be "Tesla".

  • Thatcher

    by Marcin Siwek

    From: Warsaw, Poland

    Web: www.behance.net/MarcinSiwek

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    I like cooperation work :) with other cool people.

  • Tullip

    by Robin Nas

    From: Breda, Netherlands

    Web: www.zenkone.nl

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    Not given.

  • Tusko

    by Athul Parameswaran

    From: Chennai, India

    Web: www.behance.net/athulparameswaran

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    I've always loved the way "Tusko" played though he played for a rival team, myself being a Man United supporter. He is a massive and powerful figure on the field, scaring any defence that sees him running towards them. It’s beautiful how one person can stand for the whole nation, like how "Tusko" does. And to play at the top level with so much pressure on you isn’t easy.

  • Uderzo

    by Pedro Salvador Mendes

    From: Lisbon, Portugal

    Web: www.facebook.com/pedro.salvadormendes

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    Not given.

  • Ukko

    by Olli-Pekka Jauhiainen

    From: Helsinki, Finland

    Web: www.behance.net/ouwen

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    Not given.

  • Ulysses

    by Vencys Lao

    From: Campinas, Brazil

    Web: www.behance.net/vencyslao

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    Not given.

  • Valjean

    by Charles AP

    From: Surabaya, Indonesia

    Web: www.behance.net/BlackoutBrother

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    Not given.

  • Van Gogh

    by Mart Biemans

    From: Groningem, Netherlands

    Web: www.behance.net/martbiemans

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    I think that he's one of the best Dutch players of this moment, he also played a big part in Manchester United’s championship last year.

  • Van Orange

    by Blue Rain

    From: Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

    Web: www.behance.net/martbiemans

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    Manchester United is the first team which I love. Especially when they still had Beckham and "Van Orange" in the team. They became my most favorite duo. One passes and one finished. So here is my "Van Orange".

  • Verdaguer

    by Erick Chévez

    From: San Salvador, El Salvador

    Web: www.behance.net/erickchevezr

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    I relate to "Verdaguer"’s career a lot. When he was trying so hard to move to Barça from Arsenal, I was trying hard to transfer from law school to design school, trying to convince my parents while he tried to convince Wenger. Just like him,I had to wait a whole year. He is a talent and a fighter. He has Xavi, Iniesta and Messi above him but he is trying hard to prove himself and I know he will succeed and will be judged by his own merits.

  • Verissimo

    by Krishnanda Adipurba

    From: Denpasar, Indonesia

    Web: www.behance.net/adipurba

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    HE IS AWESOME!.....

  • Villa

    by Thalia Antonio

    From: Vancouver, Canada

    Web: www.thaliasbook.com

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    "Villa" is one of the most renowned strikers in history, an icon in Spain and one of Mexico's most notable football heroes of all time. Despite his many accolades, the reason for my contribution is due to the fact that he originated from my favorite club, Pumas.

  • Voltaire

    by Francisco del Valle

    From: Bahia Blanca, Argentina

    Web: www.behance.net/franciscodelvalle

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    The reason why I chose "Voltaire" is because I know him. Not personally, but he is my contemporary (one year older than me), he is Argentinian, and I saw him play many times, being part of the emotions that come with love for the one’s shirt.

  • Yeats

    by Peter O'Toole

    From: Huddersfield, UK

    Web: www.peter-otoole.co.uk

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    Not given.

  • Zarathustra

    by Fábio Oliveira

    From: Campinas, Brazil

    Web: www.desenhafabio.wordpress.com

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    He´s a awesome player. For me it´s a right reason.

  • Zernike

    by Osvaldo Lopez

    From: Aguascalientes, Mexico

    Web: www.behance.net/osvaldolopez

    Web: http://instagram.com/osvaldopeligro

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    He is the second player most important in holland, after Johan Cruyff... he won it all in Europe.

  • Zeus

    by Dave Merrell

    From: Manchester, UK

    Web: www.davemerrell.com

    Inspiration for this artwork:

    "Zoltar" is the most complete footballer I have seen play with my own eyes - also a good old fashioned sportsman. Fair, passionate and talented!






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