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CoA House of Savoy crowned 503px-Scudetto.svg 479px-Nazionale Italia 82 1.svg 479px-Nazionale Italia 82 1.svg - Copia 429px-Nazionale Italia 82 2.svg
1910-1946 1946-1952 1952-1981 1981-1983 1983-1984
 
FIGC logo (1984-1991) Federazione Italiana Giuoco Calcio logo (1991-2003) Italy national football team logo (2003-2006) FIGC logo FIGC 2017
1984-1991 1991-2003 2003-2006 2006-2017 2017-present


1910-1946

CoA House of Savoy crowned

Between 1922 and 1945 the fasces were added on the side of the House of Savoy shield, during the fascist regime.

1945-1960

FIGC 1940-50

1960-1966

FIGC 1940s

1966-1984

FIGC 1970

1946-1952 (shirt logo)

503px-Scudetto.svg

After the abolition of the monarchy in 1946, the "Scudetto" (tricolor badge) was adopted.

1952-1981 (shirt logo)

479px-Nazionale Italia 82 1.svg

The "ITALIA" inscription was added to the "Scudetto".

1981-1983

479px-Nazionale Italia 82 1.svg - Copia

The FIGC writing in gold was added to the crest

1983-1984

429px-Nazionale Italia 82 2.svg

To celebrate the third World Cup won by Italy in 1982, the three stars were added to the logo.

1984-1991

FIGC logo (1984-1991)

1991-2005

Federazione Italiana Giuoco Calcio logo (1991-2003)

1999-2005 (shirt logo)

535px-Scudetto Italia Calcio

2003-2006

Italy national football team logo (2003-2006)

2006-2017

FIGC logo

2017-present

FIGC 2017
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