Lancaster City have yesterday unveiled their new club crest and this one has gone down well with supporters, something that doesn’t happen too often these days.
It was revealed to fans via the Northern Premier League Premier Division side’s social media pages with the kits expected to be also launched in the near future.
Check out what the new and rather smart club crest looks like below…
— Ian R Whitby (@dollyblueMC) May 15, 2019
Their current one before they switch…
We’re excited to reveal our new crest for the 2019/20 season onwards!
We Are Dolly Blues!!!!!https://t.co/Ys6meKg22d
— Lancaster City FC (@LancasterCityFC) May 15, 2019
Lancaster wrote on their website: “The board of Lancaster City Football Club have decided to refresh the club crest for the start of the 2019/2020 football season. We have not taken this decision lightly, given the history of our great club and the popularity of the badge and all that it stands for. On the contrary, we wanted to build on the history whilst bringing the crest up to date and also making it fit for purpose in this new digital age.
“Firstly, it was important to us that the main section of the current crest remained as the focal point of the refreshed design – keeping the shield, castle and red rose of Lancashire was imperative. We have added our founding year to the new logo as we wanted to add that sense of history and remember as we push forward to make new memories, we never forget the old memories and history that surrounds Lancaster City Football Club.
“Secondly, we wanted to add a surrounding border to the shield. This helps us use the logo much more widely than is currently possible and allows us to increase our digital media footprint, as a circular logo has much more flexible applications online.
“Finally, we are proud of our name and our footballing roots, so we wanted to use the full name of the our club. We Are Lancaster City Football Club – We Are Dolly Blues.
“We hope you, the fans of Lancaster City Football Club are as pleased as we are that this club crest refresh has added to, rather than taking away from, our amazing footballing heritage.”
After checking out the new crest for Lancaster City from the 2019/20 season onwards, fans took to give their reaction with the majority pleased – check out what they had to say on the next page.
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