Tight Briefs week three voting: Which ads best promote football (aka soccer) in the US?

Our latest Tight Briefs challenge saw our readers tasked with turning the land of the free into the land of the four-three-three by creating ads to promote football (the round ball variety) in the US.

Now it's up to you to decide who scored and who missed the target by voting for the ads below which would stand the best chance of turning the American public on to the beautiful game.

You have until 3pm on Thursday 13 March to vote by hitting the like button next to your favourites. The winner, revealed on Friday, will be shortlisted in a special Tight Briefs category at this year's Chip Shop Awards.

By John Millist By Matthew Wyatt By Olly Cooper By Lee Nash By David Jones By Luke Davis By Giles Edwards By Kev Llewellyn By Giles Edwards By Tim Sinclair By Jennifer Lonsdale By Adam Smith By Lee Nash By Phil Haslehurst By Alistair Tremble By Paul McMahon By Paul McMahon By Paul McMahon By Khalid Elbasyuni By Adam Smith By Jonny Collin By Martin Enright By Adam Denton By Kev Llewellyn By Tim Sinclair By Rob Green By Larner Caleb By Kev Llewellyn By Giles Edwards By Tim Sinclair By Owen Evans By Rob Whyte By Dan Sherratt By Owen Evans By Giles Edwards By Matt van der Walt By Jay Jones and Matt van der Walt By Kev Llewellyn By Tim SinclairWe will reveal our next Tight Brief on Friday but for more in the meantime check out the top ideas for a new Scottish currency and the most popular rebrands for the Conservative Party.And remember that as well as taking part in Tight Briefs, you can submit any ideas you like into this year's Chip Shop Awards, which are open for entries until Friday 14 March.

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