Lancashire FA are pleased to unveil our updated logo.
The updated crest brings a refreshed look to the largest County FA in the country. It has a fresh look and is far less regal in it's appearance whilst still recognizing the heritage of what it means to be part of the Lancashire sub-region by highlighting the three Lions, the year of Lancashire FA's inception and most importantly the iconic Red Rose of Lancashire.
The logo has a similar feel to the FA’s crest, bringing increased transparency and collaboration between the county and national game which is and will be so important as we look to sustain and develop the game moving forwards.
The logo will be in use across Lancashire from Monday 7 January 2019.
On the new logo, Lancashire FA Chief Executive, Simon Gerrard, said: “I’m thrilled we’re now able to introduce the new logo of Lancashire Football Association, and role it out across the county.”
"The current logo is outdated and not fit for the modern digital era, and when logo colours, images and fonts have gone out of style and look old-fashioned instead of forward-thinking, it’s time for a change."
"The game in certain areas is going from strength to strength but in others there is a lot of work to do, especially the makeup of fit for purpose facilities. I hope the refreshed logo being far more simpler will allow a better platform for us to connect and collaborate with both our current football stakeholders and new partners who can support this challenge and are proud to connect with the Lancashire FA.
“I’d like to thank Nick Greenwood from Box Of Toys for his great work in designing the new crest, as well as Poppy Signs who will be working with us in introducing the new logo across our different platforms in the coming weeks.”