In the 1980s, the Philippine Football Federation was using a more simple version of the current logo it uses.
The Philippine Football Federation logo is a seal. At its center is a football at a center of a stylized goal in blue and red to symbolize two colors found in the Philippine Flag. Below the ball and goal is the initials of the sports association "PFF". A white ring with gold border surrounds the elements previously mentioned and in it is inscribed the whole name of the federation in blue along with "1907", the year of the federation's foundation at the bottom part of the ring, accompanied by a blue star each on its left and right side.
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