As the new season of the Premier League gets underway this weekend, we mark its 25th birthday by speaking to designers about their favourite pieces of design from its history.
We mark the Premier League’s 25th birthday with a focus on how design is shaping the beautiful game.
The season has kicked off with a new on-screen graphics system, which has been developed from the Premier League identity created by DesignStudio.
Graphic designer Jonathan Roberts has designed a new concept publication that celebrates the history of the Premier League. 25 Years of the Premier League cites facts, records and statistics supplied
DesignStudio has overhauled the Premier League’s identity as the organisation seeks broader engagement.
As Barclay’s sponsorship contract ends, the Premier League has turned to DesignStudio to rebrand the organisation ahead of the 2016/17 season.
Following the unveiling of a radical Juventus rebrand, we asked designers to think about their favourite club crests and shed light on an area of graphic design where passion and
Crest redesigned from scratch as club sets its sights on becoming a global brand operating in new markets and sectors.
The Premier League club’s lion has gained some claws in this newly unveiled redesign.
Premier League football team Everton FC has completed its rebrand U-turn with the unveiling of a new crest chosen by fans.
The redesign by London-based studio, Article, is inspired by the club’s previous roundel crest from the 1970s.
Fans are being engaged in a month-long period of consultation, which will help the Premier League club decide whether to rebrand.
Smart Giant has designed a new crest for Hartlepool United FC, which plays its football in the “non-league” National League. The new crest will appear on club shirts, in time
Championship football club Queens Park Rangers is looking to redesign its club crest following calls by club chairman Tony Fernandes to engage fans in a process that will replace the
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Digital designer James Kirkup has launched a new, independent print publication exploring football club crests. The Football Crest Index looks at the past and present crests of worldwide football clubs,
Crests created to reinforce a sense of local pride and community while branding developed to help Powerleague increase its reach and improve digital engagement.
The new identity, created by Futurebrand, comprises 72 balls – each one representing a club in the newly named EFL.
Instruct has created the look of Pitch to Pixel: The World of Football Gaming, paying homage to 40 years of football gaming and designed a fully immersive exhibition where visitors can get their
Dorothy has released a map made up of the names of more than 500 people and places associated with football. The Football Map includes sports grounds like Villa Park,
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Designwerk has created a World War One memorial in commemoration of the truce football match that happened on Christmas Day in 1914.
SomeOne has looked to help “reignite passion” for The Football Pools, which is being pitched at a younger audience.
The USA’s Major League Soccer has been rebranded with a flexible identity that can be adapted to feature the home colours of every team in the league.
Moving Brands creative director Stuart Watson asks if a new brand story can change the fortunes of England’s national team.
Like millions of you around the country last night, I settled in to watch England take on Uruguay in the second group game of the Brazil 2014 World Cup.
With Neville Brody working on the England World Cup strip, we ask designers for their favourite kits.
Designroom Sport has rebranded The Caribbean Football Union with an identity that looks to ‘protect the game.’
Mather & Co is working on an exhibition for the National Football Museum to mark 125 years of the Football League.
A couple of weeks ago we reported on the Euro 2016 identity, which drew on the equivalence of French artistic movements and football.
Arty football magazine Spiel and final year Liverpool School of Art and Design students are working on live commercial football poster project Ballon D’raw.
20.20 is working on the redesign of two hospitality suites at Premier League champions Manchester City’s Ethiad Staidum.
It was part of the London football club’s 125th anniversary celebrations. Scores of Arsenal fans braved the freezing weather last Friday afternoon to witness the unveiling of statues of three
Arsenal Football Club’s Club Level areas are being redesigned by 20/20 in time for the new season, with Tom Dixon furnishings chosen by furniture supplier Viaduct.
Arsenal opened its luxury members club, the Diamond Club, at its new 60 000-seat stadium last week, with interiors designed by 20/20.