New Premier League Names and Numbers Revealed

New Premier League Names and Numbers Revealed

Avery Dennison, the Premier League's official supplier for name, number, and sleeve badges, has unveiled the newly designed font and embellishments for the upcoming Premier League season.

The materials science and digital identification solutions company has collaborated with the Premier League to create the new font, which is only the fourth redesign in Premier League history. The font features an increased number height and integrates the Premier League's unique graphic pattern to enhance its visibility and impact both on and off the pitch.

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Aside from the name and number change, the Premier League sleeve badge has also been redesigned to a standalone iconic lion for the upcoming season. The design will be replicated in gold for the "Champions" badge that the title-winning team will wear for the 2022/23 season.

Avery Dennison, the Premier League's official supplier since 2019, has documented the story behind the font change in a video. The video includes on-pitch testing involving Premier League commentators Martin Tyler, Jim Proudfoot, and Joe Speight at Brentford's Gtech Community Stadium.

The manufacturing process is guided by Avery Dennison's sustainability credentials, with the names, numbers, and sleeve badges produced at its factory in Western Norway. The factory is powered by renewable energy from a nearby glacier, and printing and robotics technology is utilised to reduce waste. The Premier League embellishments are printed on a thin and digital layer, with a digitised process determining the transfer's placement and ensuring minimal waste.

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  • This commment is unpublished.
    Lee Stewart · 1 months ago
    I wish they'd commemorate Manchester United's Premier League titles with a champions badge, the same way as they do for Champions League games. In the Champions League teams such as AC Milan and Real Madrid wear a champions badge containing the number of times they've won the competition. Manchester United are the leaders in terms of the culmination of the old format and the new since 1993.
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    Hưng Điền · 2 months ago
    Manchester united

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    Brian · 6 months ago
    Such bollocks. Talking about a set of numerals as if they were creating something ground breaking. FFS!
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    A Burton · 6 months ago
    What a waste of money...and great to see them being manufactured in UK...oh wait..