The English Football Association has today unveiled a new logo ahead of its 150th anniversary in 2013. Check it out!
According to the offical announcement today, "The Football Association looked to the past when it began devising a new logo that would help celebrate and elevate the organisation’s 150th anniversary in 2013".
Not surprisingly, the Three Lions crest remains in the new logo, but is joined by a banner signifying that it's The FA’s landmark year.
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The latest redesign of The FA's logo took place three years ago, when the organisation refreshed its mark to give it 'greater visual impact in the digital age'.
There's also a tagline, ‘Supporting football since 1863’, which adds even more information to the new logo. It's clear The FA had a number of requirments for this redesign, and we'll leave it up to you to decide whether you think this design is a fitting tribute to association football's oldest orgnaisation.
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What do you think of the new logo? Let us know in the comments!