National League A (Switzerland) logo

National League A (Switzerland) logo

The history of the National League, which is Switzerland’s top hockey league, started in 1938. Over the following sixty years, the organization was known under the name of NDA. It was only in 1999 that it was named the National League A. Simultaneously, a new emblem was introduced. The old National League A logo featured a large stylized “A” and the full name of the league inside a red rectangular with rounded corners.

National League A logo

In 2009, the emblem was updated. While the 1999 logo was flat, the new one adopted a 3D look due to the use of a gradient texture. It was applied to all the elements, including the emblem, the lettering, and the background.

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