Voila! The Winning Designs From the Who Are Ya Designs T-Shirt Contest

Who Are Ya Designs and World Soccer Talk recently teamed up to run a contest to give away some lovely prizes. But, on top of that, the 3 winners had their soccer T-shirt idea made into a real life T-shirt that’s now available to buy on the Who Are Ya Designs online store.

Congratulations to all three winners.

Here are the winning ideas:

1. New York Citeh (winning idea was submitted by Jonathan Whitt):

2. Liverbirds meet Abbey Road (winning idea was submitted by Colin Steele):

3. All My Heroes Are Villans (winning idea was submitted by John Kurilec):

Which one of the three do you like best? Let us know in the comments section below.

All three T-shirt designs — as well as a large selection of other beautiful shirt designs — are available online in the Who Are Ya Designs online store.

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