New Premier League Logo Unveiled – Sleeve Patch Revealed
New Premier League Logo Unveiled – Sleeve Patch Revealed on Season 2016/2017
The new Premier League 2016-2017 logo was officially revealed today.
Established in 1992, the Premier League is, not to be redundant, the premier English professional league. As a corporation, it is owned by its own 20 member clubs that act as shareholders and gives them the ability to negotiate their own broadcast licensing and sponsorship deals independent of the Football Association, which is the governing body of association football in England. Since 2001, Barclays, the British multinational banking and financial services company, has been the title sponsor of the Premier League’s seasons officially titled as Barclays Premier League but that sponsorship expires this season and Premier League will move away from having title sponsors in 2016 – 17 season, perhaps because of the new lucrative broadcast deal the league worked out. The Premier League is reportedly the most-watched football league in the world and in 2015 it sold its UK broadcast rights for a record £5.136 billion (£4.2 of it to Sky and £960m to BT). To complement the new financial developments, the league introduced a new logo yesterday, designed by London-based DesignStudio and Robin Brand Consultants.
Old Premier league Logo