2015 FIFA Club World Cup Sleeve Badge Revealed

The new 2015 FIFA Club World Cup Sleeve Badges introduce a simplistic design for the 12th edition of the tournament. The badges are set to be used for the first time in the 2015 FIFA Club World Cup Play-Off between Sanfrecce Hiroshima and Auckland City on December 10.



Whereas the first pictures show the brand-new 2015 Club World Cup Badges on River Plate's kit, all other teams participating in the tournament will receive the same badge, as it's always the case.

2015 FIFA Club World Cup Sleeve Badges

These are the badges for the 2015 Club World Cup (via @PJNogueira)



Featuring the official logo of the 2015 FIFA Club World Cup on a white base, the official 2015 Club World Cup Sleeve Badge is anything but extraordinary. A blue border rounds off the clean design of the badge.

Whereas the right sleeve comes with the official logo, the badge used for the left sleeve boasts the FIFA 'Football for Hope' logo to raise attention for FIFA's program that has the aim to improve the lives and prospects of young people around the world. The FIFA Football for Hope campaign was launched in 2005 and has benefited 450 programmes run by 170 non-governmental organizations in 78 countries since then.

Nothing special, but that's often enough. What do you think of the 2015 FIFA Club World Cup Badges? Let us know in the comments below.