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The new club logo for Swansea City has been put up on the club’s Facebook page.
It’s one of the more intriguing logos that we’ve seen the last couple of years and now we have a better look at what it looks like – click here to check it out!
The ‘Soccer City’ badge looks to be the same as that on the new shirt, the team coat of arms has the same font (although not as colourful), but the numbers (12 on the club and the city) are different.
And when you look at the other side of the badge (left in the images above), you can see that it’s not exactly the same as Swansea’s current stripes/shield/spoke logo.
(Image: Richard Gardner/Swansea City FC)
A little bit further down the page there’s a bit more interesting information on the crest. You can see that it features a ‘soccer’ with seven points – similar to the shield that the Swans sported before taking it home.
The club have decided that in this day and age it’s necessary that their crest should also be a bit more sporty and we’ve seen a few clubs take the ‘soccer’ out in the past, like Arsenal.
But it’s worth bearing in mind that it’s the same seven points as the current club coat of arms, making this a bit more unusual/unusual than the current logo.
(Image: Richard Gardner/
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