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The Football League

1888-1988

The Football League logo (1888-1988)

1988-2004

The Football League 1988 2004

2004-2016

The Football League logo

English Football League

2016-present

English Football League 2016

The Football League was renamed the English Football League (EFL) from the 2016-17 season. The EFL name will be accompanied by a new visual identity featuring a circular arrangement of 72 balls in three swaths of 24, representing each of the League’s member clubs and the respective divisions they play in. The logo was designed by Fontsmith and uses a custom-made font suite, with font names including EFL Bold, EFL Headline, EFL Italic, EFL Light and EFL Regular. The font is a serif one, however the lesser font used since the 2019-20 season is sans-serif.

Canon League (1983-1986)

Canon League 1983

Today League (1986-1987)

TL 160

Barclays League (1987-1993)

Barclays League

Endsleigh League (1993-1996)

Endsleigh League logo

Nationwide Football League (1996-2004)

1996-2000

2000-2002

Nationwide Football League logo2 (box)

2002-2004

Nationwide Football League logo (stacked)

Coca-Cola Football League (2004-2010)

Championship
League One
League Two

npower Football League (2010-2013)

Championship
League One
League Two

Sky Bet Football League (2013-2016)

Championship
League One
League Two

Sky Bet English Football League (2016-2020)

2016-2017

Playoffs
Championship
League One
League Two

2017-2018

Playoffs
Championship
League One
League Two

2018-2020

Playoffs
Championship
League One
League Two

2020-present

Playoffs
Championship
League One
League Two


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