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Take A Trip Around The World Through The Famous Football Logo Designs

Author : Tammys Beckers   Top Author


The FIFA World Cup is one the most anticipated sports events in the world. It has brought people together from different countries, generations and races. Fans from all over the world show their affiliation and pride for their favorite team by wearing the team colors or emblem.

This is why the national team emblem plays a major role in bringing people together. An ideal fantasy football logo of the country should be created keeping in mind that the image should be a representation of aggression and domination of the sport along with depicting history and culture of the country so that it is distinct from its peers.


England:
This famous emblem consists of a shield that consists of an image of three lions and ten roses. The tales of the origin of the three lions has been a mystery for quite some time. Historians believe that the three lions refer to King Richard who was also known as “Richard the Lionhearted”. The story of the roses is much simpler than that. Since the Football Federation has been based in Lancaster since 1929, the ‘Rose of Lancaster’ was adopted as the monogram of the football team. Overall, the symbol is sophisticated and eye catching as the prominent colors in the image are blue and white with hint of red color to represent the roses.


New Zealand:
Just like their cricket symbol, their football emblem also contains an image of Cyatheaceae Dealbata which is commonly known as the silver fern. The image of the black colored fern on a white background looks striking and sophisticated and represents the country’s culture too.


Kenya:
This country’s football brand mark contains true essence of the nation as it contains the image of the national flag with a football design beneath it. The image is compact and condensed which makes it perfect to fit any t-shirt or socks. The colors of the national flag of Kenya make football emblem colorful as well.


Italy:
This famous football team has a brand mark that the fans can be proud of. The design is contemporary and yet covers the true essence of the nation. It contains the flag colors that are placed vertically instead of horizontally with a graphical and 3 dimensional and artistic image of a football. Images of stars are placed in the design that further enhances its beauty.


Scotland:
The Scottish football emblem consists of an image of a lion standing on his hind legs with small roses surrounding him. The image is encased in a shield that resembles the saints football logo. The image has been inspired by the historical ‘Lion Rampart’ image that has been a sign of nobility for centuries and represents strength and royalty.


So there you have some of the famous football emblems from all around the world.


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Tammy Becker is a senior graphic design consultant at a professional graphic design company. For more information fantasy football logo please contact at saints football logo.

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