Today we have some free grunge sports ball svg files. These are great to use by themselves or with a monogram. They look cute on the front, back, pocket, or even sleeve of a shirt and will have you decked out for the field (or court) in no time at all.
Please remember that our designs are not allowed to be resold or redistributed outside of our site. Feel free to direct anyone who wants a copy of this file right here to this post so they can download it for themselves.
We do allow you to use these free svg designs for items that you make for personal or commercial use up to 200 uses. (a finished product like a shirt for example) They are not allowed to be used with print on demand shops such as Amazon Merch or Printful.
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Now, let’s dig into the designs below. The files are in zip folders at the bottom of the post.
This first one does double duty. It could be either a softball or a baseball depending on the vinyl color that you use. If you are looking for more baseball/softball files we have a tons here and here.
And while these grunge designs look great once they are done… they can sometimes be a pain to weed. Check out all of our favorite weeding tips here.
I love this football design even if it isn’t in brown vinyl. It is simple and classic. If you aren’t sure what type of vinyl you need to use for your project check out this post here. We give you a very simple guide of what to use when.
This year one of my sons has decided to start playing soccer and so I had to add this one into the freebies this week. While I’m not 100% sure it will be his go to sport for forever it is nice to have this design in case I need to use some HTV and whip up a last minute shirt for his game.
I have had a bunch of requests for volleyball designs and while I am still getting to them I thought this was a great start. I would love to this this done in some stripflock or even brick vinyl! (and no the brick isn’t red but it is raised a little bit to give the item a 3-D effect… so cool to play with!)
We first shared this design here in this post with all of our free basketball svg files but thought it also needed to be featured with the other basic grunge designs.
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DOWNLOAD YOUR FREE GRUNGE DESIGNS HERE:
PLEASE NOTE: THESE ARE ZIP FILES AND NEED TO BE DOWNLOADED ON A COMPUTER OR ON A DEVICE THAT HAS AN APP TO UNZIP THEM. CHECK OUT THE BRIEF VIDEO WE DID HERE ON HOW TO DOWNLOAD ONE OF THESE FILES ON YOUR PHONE. THANKS!
Looking for the non-grunge version of these sports balls? Check out the bundle of them here.
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I appreciate you being here and hope you have a wonderful sports season. Make sure to show off your creations over in our Facebook community and ’til next time, happy crafting, cutting, and chaos.
Brooke Jenkinson says
Thank You so much love the grunge file
Thank you so much for the SVG files. I’m particularly on the look out for grunge and I love yours! Thanks again!
You just became one of my new favorite people! No one ever has volleyball anything! Thank you!
I’m so glad you enjoy it! 🙂
Bridget Britton says
Thank you. You are so talented!!!!
Thank you for the Grunge designs!!!
You’re welcome! – Team Chaos
Pansy Hurlock says
So cool! Thank you!
Glad you like! – Team Chaos
Thank you for posting the sport logos. I love them. My son coaches high school volleyball and I am making myself a shirt.
Where do you order your T-shirts from? I have been looking for the Canvas brand shirts because they are the best!
Jes - Team Chaos says
Jiffy Shirts. 🙂
I love them all!! How big did you make the soccer ball for your shirt?
Jes - Team Chaos says
These are mockups, but the size of the design would depends on a few things. You’d want to consider the size of the shirt, the person wearing it, and then how big you’d like the design to be on that person. 🙂 Hope this helps!