All-New Logo To Be Used From 2020 | Full Brazil Logo History

Sunday, 14 April 2019
The Brazilian Football Federation (CBF) presented its new crest on Wednesday, revealing a fresh and modern new identity. It was by far not the first time that the Brazil national team crest has been changed - we take a look at the full history of the Brazil national team logo.

Brazil National Team Logo History

Picture via Planeta Fobal.

A look at the logo history reveals that the Brazil national team was not always managed by the CBF. Until 1979, all the National sports teams of Brazil were managed by Confederação Brasileira de Desportos (Brazilian Sports Confederation). In the very first years of the team, they were managed by Federação Brasileira de Sports (1914-1916) and the (Federação Brasileira de Football).

Interestingly, the Brazil logo used between 1981 and 1982 featured the "Café do Brasil" coffee grain logo. This sponsor logo was withdrawn from the shield possibly due to FIFA prohibiting sponsorship on national teams jerseys.

The 2019 logo update was the is the first major change since 1991, the year in which the previous logo was created. The only changes since then have been the inclusions of the stars for the 1994 and 2002 World Cups.

"This change reflects the values ​​that CBF wants to strengthen in its relationship with all its partners and with society," said Rogério Caboclo, president of CBF.

The new Brasil 2019 logo will only be used on the shirts of the national team from March 2020. Nike will reveal a new Brazil kit then.

What do you think of the new Brazilian national team logo? Which is your all-time favorite Brazil national team logo? Let us know in the commments below.
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