Campeonato Brasileiro Série A logo

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The Campeonato Brasileiro Série A logo showcases a gold and silver trophy. The stylized football that is placed in the middle of the design leaves no doubt as to what field the organization works in. The overall look of the logo is quite unusual and futuristic.

Meaning and history

Campeonato Brasileiro Série A Logo history

Campeonato Brasileiro Série A is known as the top echelon of the Brazilian football league system.

2002 – Today

Campeonato Brasileiro Série A logo 2002
The original logo depicts a tall, yellow rectangle with another rectangle inside. The latter has a blue background with some green on the bottom (for grass), as well as a white silhouette of a football player on the left. 5 golden stars are also featured along the right edge of the figure. There’s also a green word ‘Brasileirao’ written right below the central rectangle.

2011 – 2013

Campeonato Brasileiro Série A Logo 2011
The 2011-introduced logo depicts a blue ball with green-and-yellow trails to its left (the coloring refers to the Brazilian flag). Below it all, there’s also the word ‘Brasileirao’, written in bold, golden letters with some glint.

2014

Campeonato Brasileiro Série A Logo 2014
The logo for the 2014 season is pretty much just a long inscription. It’s a single line that says ‘Brasileirao Chevrolet 2014’, as well as ‘Serie A’ in smaller letters inside a yellow rectangle beside the main thing. The coloring is 50/50 grey and black.

2019

Campeonato Brasileiro Série A logo 2019

The golden shape in the central part has a sharp end pointed upwards and two obtuse angles. On the background, there’s an abstract shape filled with a grey gradient. The design is placed inside gold and dark blue rings housing the lettering “Serie A” in white.

2021

Campeonato Brasileiro Série A logo
The 2021 logo is a lot like the previous emblem, except colored gold. They also replaced the football image in the center with a blue circle that said ’50 years’ in Portuguese. The other addition is the ‘Assai 2021’ writing below the main wordmark in the lower part of the logo.