The brand identity for UEFA EURO 2024 was unveiled this evening at the Olympiastadion in Berlin. The tournament will be held across ten cities in Germany in under three years' time.

The tournament logo is derived from UEFA's 55 member associations' flags and their colours, which assemble in various combinations, reflecting the shape of the Olympiastadion roof. The famous Henri Delaunay Cup features at the centre of the logo, while the 24 coloured slices around the trophy represent the 24 participating teams of EURO.

A new FIGC institutional logo, created by Independent Ideas - the creative agency of Publicis Groupe - was presented in the evocative setting of Garage Italia in Milan.

The aesthetics of the first footballs inspired the circular shape and vertical graphics of the new look, with a clear and profound reference to the game’s origins, revisited through a contemporary interpretation of the symbol.

Inter unveiled its new visual identity, which extols the club's founding values and reinforces its bond with the city of Milan.

The launch of the new logo, which will be used as of the 2021/22 season, has been celebrated with a narrative that plays on the initials of the club’s name – I M, from Internazionale Milano – to harness the English expression “I am”.

Chicago Fire FC unveiled its new crest and brand identity as the Club readies for its 2020 move to Soldier Field.

As part of the new identity, the Club will now be formally known as Chicago Fire Football Club, with Chicago Fire FC serving as the Club moniker on first reference and on the badge itself.

Following a lengthy and comprehensive process, in which supporters played an important part, Watford announce that they will be retaining the current Watford badge, the final vote deciding this by a c60/40 margin.

As such, there will be no change to next year’s kit and Adidas have pressed the button on production.

Huddersfield Town has revealed an update of the Club crest. The crest has consistently changed and evolved during Town’s 110-year history, with several significant changes to date.

In each adaption, parts of the past and the present were incorporated to combine a modern feel with the Club's proud tradition, and that continues in this latest iteration.

The robin has made its long-awaited, permanent return as Bristol City unveiled its brand new crest to support the next chapter of its proud history.

The robin will appear on the home and away kits of City and City Women next season, as well as training and leisurewear. Supporters will also see the inclusion of 1894 on the crest as the club celebrates 125 years since its original formation as Bristol South End.

Nashville's MLS expansion team officially unveiled their team name, crest and colours on Wednesday during a special event at Marathon Music Works.

The club will be known as Nashville SC, after majority owner John Ingram and the rest of the team's ownership group turned to fans for their input, and the fans spoke loud and clear on what they wanted – to keep the name of Nashville’s pro soccer team Nashville SC.

Hull City revealed their new club crest. The new design is the product of a supporter-led process and shows evolution rather than revolution with a slight change in shape.

The tiger’s head that was first used in the 1970s, and has been a constant on the Club’s crest since 2001, is retained as is the Club’s year of formation, 1904, which remains below the tiger. The biggest change comes with the reintroduction of the wording ‘Hull City’ which sits above the head.

FC Cincinnati showed off their new identity as an MLS expansion club on Monday, complete with an updated crest and colour scheme.

The new FC Cincinnati crest was developed as a representative of the city. Inspired by Cincinnati – itself a city on the rise – the crest highlights the region’s German heritage in a modern manner.

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