Crystal Palace Unveil New Club Crest For Next Season

Crystal Palace Football Club have unveiled a new club crest that the London-based side will wear beginning next season.

Managed by Ian Holloway, Crystal Palace are in the Championship play-offs and are just three possible matches away from gaining promotion to the Premier League.

The new club crest the club has chosen, after input from their supporters, is a far more modern and visually appealing crest that features a fiercer-looking eagle. The club name are also spelled out in a typeface and size that makes the words jump out more than the older crest.

Everton Football Club are also rumored to be changing their club crest to a more modern design.

What are your thoughts about Crystal Palace’s new club crest? Share your opinions in the comments section below.

8 thoughts on “Crystal Palace Unveil New Club Crest For Next Season”

  1. I don’t like the lines of the eagle in the new crest. This thick lines look more modern, but the palace and ball are finer lines, which emphasizes older images (not to mention the images themselves)

    From a design standpoint, I don’t like those inconsistencies. Or the Philly NFL eagles head.


  2. Looks more like a re-worked crest, as it should. Not bad but it could have been made a bit slicker/simpler.

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