Olympique Lyonnais logo and symbol, meaning, history, PNG
- Meaning and history the visual identity of the French club has always been very classy and traditional.
- 1970 — 1980 The Olympique Lyonnais logo from 1970 was a very bright and strong emblem with a Royal character and courage.
- The main element of the logo was a red rampant lion in a gold outline.
- Executed in blue, they were also outlined in gold.
- 1980 — 1989 The redesign of 1980 brought a new color palette to the club’s visual identity and modernized its contours.
- The lion remained red, but both the football and the key were now executed in light purple.
- The ball was more white, with only thin lines colored, while the “OL” lettering was bold and solid.
- 1989 — 1996 In 1989 a completely new emblem was designed.
- The new laconic logo was composed of two capital letters “OL”, executed in a geo-metric sans-serif typeface, with the white body and thick black outline.
- The letters also featured a delicate shadow, which made the whole image even stronger.
- 1996 — 2006 The traditional style and the lion rampant came back to the Olympique Lyonnais logo in 1996.
- The top featured a red rectangle with the gold outline, and a capitalized nameplate, executed in a simple and clean sans-serif.
- The logo of Olympique Lyonnais, created in 2006 is composed of a dark blue and red crest with a gold outline, two solid “OL” letters in white, the lion rampant placed in the middle of the “O” and a white wordmark, placed on a red background.
- Featuring the colors of the French flag, outlines in gold, the club’s logo looks powerful and patriotic, reflecting the winning spirit of the players and their professionalism.