Championship logo introduced in 2013 after the npower sponsorship deal lapsed
League One logo, also introduced in 2013
League Two logo, also introduced in 2013
English Football League
The Football League is to be re-named the English Football League (EFL) from the 2016-17 season.
The EFL name will be accompanied by a new visual identity featuring a circular arrangement of 72 balls in three swaths of 24, representing each of the League’s member clubs and the respective divisions they play in.
EFL - a new name & a new look!
Logo in shield
The logo is also used set in different colourways. This example is in Notts County club colours.
Canon League (1983-1986)
Today League (1986-1987)
Barclays League (1987-1993)
Endsleigh League (1993-1996)
Nationwide Football League (1996-2004)
Logo for entire Nationwide Football League (1996-2000), box version
Logo for Nationwide Football League First Division
Logo for Nationwide Football League Second Division
Logo for Nationwide Football League Third Division
Coca-Cola Football League (2004-2010)
Logo for entire Coca-Cola Football League
Logo for Coca-Cola Championship
Logo for Coca-Cola League One
Logo for Coca-Cola League Two
npower Football League (2010-2013)
Logo for entire npower Football League
Logo for npower Championship
Linear version of npower Championship logo
Logo for npower League One
Linear version of npower League One logo
Logo for npower League Two
Linear version of npower League Two logo
Sky Bet Football League (2013-2016)
Logo used on shirts.
Logo for entire Sky Bet Football League
Logo for Sky Bet Championship
Logo for Sky Bet League One
Logo for Sky Bet League Two
Sky Bet English Football League (2016-2019)
Logo for entire Sky Bet English Football League
Logo for Sky Bet English Football League Play-Offs