New Football League Shirt Font and Sleeve Patches Revealed

Saturday, 2 July 2016
In line with its new visual identity, the English Football League introduced a new font for player names and numbers, as well as redesigned sleeve patches for the upcoming season.

2016-2017 Football League Font

A more modern approach, the new Football League name and numbers font comes without an outline, unlike its predecessor and the font used in the Premier League. The EFL logo is present at the bottom of the numbers, while Prostate Cancer UK logo remains at the top. In line with the new English Football League branding, a line of dots runs through the numbers.

2016-17 English Football League Sleeve Patches

The sleeve patches worn by the teams of the Championship, League One and League Two will also be completely new from the 16-17 season. Incorporating the new EFL logo, as well as title sponsor Sky Bet, the sleeve badges come with gold, silver and red accents for the 2nd, 3rd and 4th division, respectively.

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