Capital Football has unveiled a new logo and brand to align with Football Federation Australia (FFA) and its fellow Member Federations.
Following FFA’s rebrand in 2018, all Member Federations refreshed their identities to align with the new design.
Capital Football’s former light blue logo with the Parliament House spire has now been replaced with three royal blue and gold rings to highlight the ACT’s state colours.
FFA’s three rings represent the key things that set football apart – its atmosphere, its diversity and its ability to unify.
Capital Football CEO Phil Brown was delighted to launch the fresh new look.
“We are proud to today launch the new Capital Football logo,” Mr Brown said. “FFA embarked on a journey to create a new consistent visual identity to reposition and rebrand the code of football in Australia.
“A ‘whole of football’ approach – using one uniting mark for leagues, national teams, club and community football in Australia.
“Following the rebranding of the National Teams and Leagues, the Member Federations and community football properties now complete the circle.
“We now have one unifying mark and naming convention across the code representing the whole of football.”