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During the first hundred years of its existence, the South American Football Confederation (CONMEBOL) used one and the same logo. It depicted the South American continent in green encircled by the flags of the countries that belong to the Confederation.

Meaning and history

1916 — 1989

Conmebol Logo 1916
The very first logo for CONMEBOL was created in 1916 and stayed with the confederation for more than seventy years. It was an interesting and bright circular badge with the green contours of the South American continent in the middle. The green silhouette was set on a yellow background and enclosed into a colorful framing, consisting of various flags of the contoured from the continent. The “C. S. F.” Lettering in blue was set in the middle of the badge, over the green continent.

1989 — 2017

Conmebol Logo 1989
The redesign of 1989 kept the original concept and colors of the CONMEBOL visual identity, but strengthened the badge, cleaned the lines, and modernized everything. Now the middle part of the badge was more resembling a football, with its calm brown color and white stitches. The flags around the perimeter became brighter and more readable, while the green South American continent looked brighter even without a black outline.

2017 — Today

Conmebol logo

The current CONMEBOL logo, which was designed in-house, was introduced in 2017. The emblem features a stylized football. In the middle, there’s the map of South America filled with a unique digital fingerprint. The name of the confederation is given below in a bold san serif and condensed typeface. The abstract shape consists of 10 pieces, each representing one of the ten countries comprising the federation.

CONMEBOL is the name of the football confederation of South America, established in 1916, which makes it one of the oldest football associations in the world. Today the confederation consists of ten members and has Alejandro Dominguez as the President.