Scottish Professional Football League logo

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Meaning and history

Scottish Professional Football League Logo history

1998 – 2013

Scottish Premier League Logo 1998
This logo has ‘SPL’, portrayed in big black letters and the translation ‘Scottish Premier League’, written in smaller blue characters right below. The former is stretched sideways to fit the width of the latter. The other part is a circle on the right (supposed to be the ball) with a Scottish flag depicted on it. Two trails of blue and black also follow the image, as if it’s mid-flight.

1999 – 2007

Scottish Premier League Logo 1999
This is the secondary logo with the sponsor’s name on it. It’s a basic blue oval with ‘Bank of Scotland’ put in its middle. Below its right end, they also wrote ‘Premier League’ in smaller letters. The former had an official-looking white serif style, while the latter used a blocky, imposing design. A Scotland-printed ball circumvented both these bits, using its turquoise trail.

2007 – 2013

Scottish Premier League Logo 2007
We should point out that the top football league of Scotland used to be called Scottish Premier League before 2013. An older Scottish Premiership logo from that period contained the name of the previous sponsor, the Clydesdale Bank. Before that, the Scottish Premier League logo featured the letters “SPL” in dark blue next to a flying football.

2013 – Today

Scottish Professional Football League logo
The Scottish Premiership introduced in 2015 featured a lion in red and black facing to the left. Below the lion’s head, a football is visible. Next to it, the lettering “Ladbrokes Premiership” can be seen. The lettering Ladbrokes Premiership logo combines italicized script with a regular one.