The Premier League has some unique badges which are renowned worldwide, while others are better off forgotten.
From West Ham’s addition of ‘London’ to their new crest to Manchester United’s iconic Devil, there are certainly highs and lows.
A club’s logo can say a lot about a team – it follows you after all. No matter where you are represented, the badge sticks to you like glue.
It is what makes sides recognisable all around the globe.
Changing them can certainly cause a stir among supporters used to tradition when it comes to the club they love.
Looking at the teams in the top flight this term, Starsport has analysed the best and worst on offer these days.
20 – Norwich
You can’t get escape it at Carrow Road
If you’re looking for the definition of ugly, then look no further than Norwich’s basic yellow canary surrounded by green while all shaped in uninspired fashion. Relegation material for sure. No wonder they’re bottom of the Premier League table too.
19 – Manchester City
Too small time for such a big team these days
For all the money and investment City have made over the past decade, the only area they truly went backwards was with their badge. A throwback to life between the 70s, 80s and 90s, but it’s hardly going to get them on the map globally. Rarely does a simple circle work. Far too Pro Evo for our liking. #BringBackTheEagle
18 – Watford
A regular low in the standings when discussions of badges arise. The red stag wants out for sure. But a wasp won’t be returning to Watford’s yellow kits anytime soon either. Fans voted against a new crest in November from 4,000 new potential designs. How their current one remains the preference is beyond us.
17 – West Ham
Fans want to forget it and be taken back to better times
To go from such tradition with the castles and to replace it with such a small time…