Champions League font

image of the official Champions League font

The Champions League font that is used in the official logo for this European football club competition is a typeface by the name of ITC Novarese. It was designed and created by a font author called Aldo Novarese.

Indeed, one of the most recognizable sports-related logos in human history is, without a doubt, the UEFA logo. Initially created in 1992, its branding underwent only minor revisions over time without losing any of its distinctiveness or noteworthiness. All of the changes were small and occasionally went undetected. The 2012 redesign made the UEFA logo even more fashionable. While the serifs of the primary typefaces have grown longer and edgier, the font of the arched inscription has been transformed into a brand-new custom sans-serif with the concave shape of the letter “A” and slightly bent angles. The ball has been given a clean line that makes it appear quirkier and more exquisite. The logo remained the same in the 2021 version, but it was dark blue in color.

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About the Champions League brand

The Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) established the UEFA Champions League in 1955. Top-tier European teams compete in this annual club football competition. The national league champions of their national organizations, sometimes one or more runners-up—play in one of the most renowned football tournaments globally and the most competitive league competition in European football. A qualifying round-robin group stage, a double-legged knockout format, and a single-leg final determine the competition’s winner.

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