Within this screen you can personalise your team data by editing your team name, shirt numbers & boot colours, you can also download and apply your very own kits and logos. Below you can see a screenshot of the 'Customise Team' main menu.
To edit players, simply tap on the 'Edit Players' button on the main 'Customise' screen. Within this screen you can edit boot colours & shirt numbers by tapping on a player.
To edit kits, simply tap on the 'Edit Kit' button on the main 'Customise Team' screen. Within this screen you can edit your home and away kits, shirt number fonts, kit types and trim.
To edit kit colours, simply tap on the 'Edit Kit Colours' button within 'Edit Kit'. Here you can edit kit colours for all aspects of your kit.
If you want to change your logo, there is a selection of pre-designed templates that are available to choose from. Simply use the left and right navigation arrows underneath the image to cycle through the different designs. When you have selected your logo, your current team name will display inside the logo; your team name can be changed at any time in ‘Edit Team Name’ and the logo will be automatically updated to reflect it.
To import a logo, simply navigate to ‘Edit Logo’, tap ‘Download’ and copy and paste the URL of the logo you want (maximum 512x512), then press the confirm button in the bottom right hand corner of the 'Edit Logo' screen. The logo here will appear on your kits.
Importing kits works similarly, but you will need the .png file to be set out in a specific way so that it covers the kit properly, below is a template that you can use, along with examples. (Right click on the image below & press 'Save Image As')
1 = shirt body 2 = shirt sleeves short 3 = shirt sleeves long 4 = socks 5 = shorts 6 = club badge 7 = league badge 8 = kit logo 9 = shirt number colour 10 = short number colour 11 = shirt collar
The logos are added to the shirt from the .png, and if none are specified then none will display.
NOTE - If you have a custom logo imported already, then this will not display on ANY imported kits, and will rely on you to embed them onto your kit .png for download.
Shading & creases are added by the game at run-time.
See the examples below, the trims on these kits will indicate the orientation of the sections.
So once your .png is done you need to create the URL in which you will download it from via. Dream League Soccer (this can be done through a variety of file sharing websites). It will now work exactly how you would import a logo, simply copy and paste the URL into the kit importer screen and press the confirm button in the bottom right hand corner. During the import process shirt creases are automatically generated.
To delete imported logos, there is a reset button in the top left of the 'Edit Logo' screen. For kits, a ‘Delete’ button will appear on the ‘Edit Kit’ screen, if any kits are imported.
We hope this article is of use to you, if you still require assistance getting to grips with Customisation in Dream League Soccer, then feel free to email our support team.
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