It is worth noting that the team’s second name (Foxes) is related to the county. The most devoted fans call their favorites “Foxes”. However, the way the animal was depicted, as well as the overall design of the logo has been altered not less than ten times.
2010 - Present
In 2009, Leicester City updated its roundel emblem which took the Potentilla plant, a five-pointed white flower that is visible against the background of the yellow and white with blue highlights fox’s head. New custom font for the arched wordmark “LEICESTER CITY FOOTBALL CLUB” in blue.
2009 - 2010
A new emblem for the club’s 125 years anniversary was created in 2008. Taking the current Leicester City emblem and adding the years “1884 – 2009” in blue below the wordmark at the top “LEICESTER CITY” in blue. Below the roundel emblem is a blue with gold trim banner with “125” in white and vertical “YEARS” in gold.
1992 - 2009
Leicester City headed back to the roundel emblem which took the Potentilla plant, a five-pointed white flower that is visible against the background of the brown with blue highlights fox’s head. The flower is known as one of the symbols of the county of Leicestershire. Again an arched wordmark “LEICESTER CITY FOOTBALL CLUB” in blue.
1983 - 1992
In 1983, Leicester City simplified its emblem to a silhouette of a fox with a circle. The fox and circle are in blue color.
1972 - 1983
In 1972, gone is the shield and now we have a roundel emblem. A brown headshot of a fox with two gold golf clubs crisscrossed. An arched wordmark “LEICESTER CITY FOOTBALL CLUB” in blue on a white background.
1950 - 1972
In 1950, Leicester City changed the shield from the original emblem. A gold fox is again centered in the shield with two crisscrossed golf clubs on a white background. The shield now has a lavender section around the shield with both initials “L.C.F.C.” and wordmark “LEICESTER CITY FOOTBALL CLUB” in gold.
Leicester City FC
The original Leicester City emblem depicts a red fox featured in the center of a white with a blue trim shield. Initials “L.C.F.C.” positioned around the fox in blue.