The official Liverpool font that is used on the emblem for this iconic football club competing in the English Premier League is a typeface by the name of Albertus. It is a formal looking font and is presented in a Serif style. The Albertus font was designed in the 1930’s by a German calligrapher and typographer with the name of Adolph Cassandre. It has since been released and distributed by the Monotype Typography font foundry.
Referred to by their many loyal fans worldwide as The Reds, the Albertus font-family includes 3 variations: Roman, Italic and Light. It includes a total of 466 individual glyphs. It comes in an OpenType format which includes upper and lower case, alternates, and ligatures.
Displayed below is a preview image of the Albertus typeface:
Liverpool Football Club is a professional sports team based in Liverpool, England, and one of the elite English football teams that compete in The Premier League. The club was established in 1892, ended up joining the Football League the following year, and has played all its home matches at Anfield ever since. One of the world’s wealthiest and most popular sports teams, the team had been a long-standing rival to the equally famous Manchester United and Everton.
The Liverpool crest from 1968 was brought back in 2012 but in a modified form. The red liver bird’s outlines were enhanced and cleaned, and the “L.F.C.” epitaph beneath it had been set in a linear fashion and done in a classy and perfectly acceptable serif typeface. The Liverpool logo’s glyphic serif lettering is similar to the Narkisim, Flareserif 821, and Albertus Roman fonts. The overall color scheme is composed of at least four vibrant, eye-catching hues that are ideal for soccer, which includes Bright red, Persian green, and an intense shade of yellow known as icterine. We must also note that there are more colors in the Liverpool logo because it is a 3D design. The various red, green, and yellow hues are essential for achieving the 3D effect.