The premier league have unveiled a new logo that will be implemented in the 2016/17 season.
The traditional lion that has been used since 1992, has undergone a makeover giving it a fresh and modern look.
And the 20 clubs in the top flight have agreed a centralised partnership agreement that will see the premier league without a named sponsor.
Barclays have opted not to renew their £40 million-a-year deal, which expires at the end of the season, with a host of secondary partners set to replace them.
As a result the division will be known simply as The Premier League as of next August.