The Nigerian Premier Football League now has a new logo, unveiled by the League Management Committee at the Super Six Draws today in Lagos.
The new logo was launched during the playoff draws at the corporate headquarters of GTI Group, which is an investment partner to the NPFL.
Since its inception 51 years ago, the NPFL has seen varying changes both in branding and packaging and has evolved both in management and association.
For history’s sake, the Nigerian League was known as the Nigerian/National Football League in the 1970s, then changed to the Nigerian National League – First Division from the late 1970s to the early 90s, before switching to the Nigerian Professional League in the early 90s.
Shortly after, between 1993 and 2000, the name “Nigerian Premier League” was adopted for the first time, as well as from 2004 to 2013, after being renamed the “Nigerian Premiership” for three years between the years 2000 and 2003.
The newly launched logo for the Nigeria Premier Football League ushers in a new dawn to Nigerian football, following waves of sponsorships, TV broadcast deals, Committee reshuffle, and a new sports ministry dispensation, to mention but a few.
keep up with the updates from the draw for the 2023 NPFL Super Six playoffs which has the likes of Remo Stars, Bendel Insurance, and Enyimba grouped in one pot, as Rivers United, Lobi Stars, and Sunshine Stars pose in the other slot.