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6 Top European Clubs That Changed Their Logos In The Past Few Years

1. Chelsea

– Chelsea football club logo was changed towards the beginning of the 2006 premier league season.

Abramovich decided to changed the club Logo in 2006, after he bought the club from British businessman Ken Bates for nearly $190 in 2003.

2. Inter Milan

– Serie A giant’s Inter Milan, changed the club logo in 2021, after they won the Serie A title for the first time in almost 10 years.

3. West Ham United

– English club West Ham United, changed their logo during the 2016 premier league season. The new crest on the logo, sees the castle removed from the current design, with ‘London’ added in an attempt to attract a wider market as the club made a number of small alterations following feedback from fans.

4. Juventus (2017).

When Juventus updated their logo in 2017, they became known as the “Old Lady” of Italian football. The Turin Bull was replaced by a simple monochrome emblem with a simple minimalist J in a half shield for the Italian club. Fans of the Serie A giants were not pleased with the makeover, but it has nonetheless become the new symbol of the Bianconerri.

5. Manchester City

– premier league Champions Manchester city, changed their logo in 2016, in other to attracts more customers and sponsorship to the club.

6. PSG

– PSG while changing their logo in 2013, removed the year the club was founded due to popular demands made by the fans.

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