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Ligue 1 teams will be able to choose from 3 different fonts

The LFP will leave the stylistic choice to the companies

Ligue 1 teams will be able to choose from 3 different fonts The LFP will leave the stylistic choice to the companies
Font Paris Saint-Germain 2018/2019 in Ligue 1
Font Paris Saint-Germain 2019/2020 in Ligue 1
Detail of the font of Paris Saint-Germain 2018/19
Font Marseille 2019/2020
Font Monaco 2019/2020
Font Monaco 2019/2020
Font PSG 2019/2020
Font Nice 2019/2020
Detail of the font of Paris Saint-Germain 2018/19

In France, from the 2014/2015 season all the teams of the first two divisions (Ligue 1 and Ligue 2) have used a single font for the championship, with the possibility of being able to customize it minimally through the choice of the main color, the color of the profile of the numbers and the pattern to be used within them (as happened at Paris Saint-Germain in the 2018/2019 season).

Detail of the font of Paris Saint-Germain 2018/19
Detail of the font of Paris Saint-Germain 2018/19
Font Paris Saint-Germain 2018/2019 in Ligue 1
Font Paris Saint-Germain 2019/2020 in Ligue 1

Although the tendency at European level is to introduce standardized fonts for all the teams in the championship - see La Liga and Serie A, which will adopt this choice starting next year -, the Transalpine Federation seems to offer three different ones font types to all the teams of the first three national divisions, who will therefore have the opportunity to choose the style to be applied to their shirts. The only ''stake'' put by the French Football Association is that all teams must make a definitive choice on the font to be used during the next season before the presentation of the 2020/2021 shirts.

Font PSG 2019/2020
Font Marseille 2019/2020
Font Monaco 2019/2020
Font Monaco 2019/2020
Font Nice 2019/2020

According to an internal source of the PSG, the font used until this year will no longer be used, replaced by three others that cannot be changed either in terms of color or pattern.

We just have to wait to see the possibilities that the LFP will make available to the teams.