La Liga reportedly set to change their logo and name ahead of the 23/24 season

La Liga reportedly set to change their logo and name ahead of the 23/24 season

For the last 30 years, football fans have been accustomed to the La Liga logo which included the iconic multi-coloured wheel.

However, ahead of the new season, the logo is set to be revamped.

According to Footy Headlines, the new logo will ditch the multi-coloured wheel and instead feature a pale red colour.

The logo will also feature a modern “ll” symbol which stands for La Liga.

In addition to the logo change, it has been reported by Footy Headlines that La Liga will be known as “LaLiga EA Sports FC” from next season due to their new title partnership with EA Sports.

Fans were quick to react to the apparent new logo on social media.

 One said: “Wow, can't wait for the 2023-2024 season to see this groundbreaking new logo... said no one ever.”

Another tweeted: “That is genuinely the worst downgrade ever.”

A third fan added: “Forget this. Remember when it was La Liga BBVA.”

Someone else wrote: “It looks better, but the OG laliga logo can never be replaced.”

Whilst a fifth commented: “Seems they’re matching the downgrade with the badge along with the downgrade of the league.”

 As quoted by SPORTbible La Liga spokesperson  said that the new logo was being worked on but there was no confirmation of its exact design at this stage.

In the current season, Barcelona are in pole position to claim the La Liga title after their 1-0 victory over Atletico Madrid on Sunday.

As a result of the victory, Xavi’s men are now 11 points ahead of second-placed Real Madrid with eight matches to play.

After the match against Atletico, Barcelona boss Xavi said: “It’s a very important victory. It was key to our goal of winning the league. We beat a great team.

“They had chances, but we dominated and we had to score the second goal that would have given us peace of mind. But it’s a constant in this League. We have been superior.”

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