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The ASA renamed itself in 2005 to align with the general international usage of the word "football", in preference to "soccer", and to also distance itself from the failings of the old National Soccer League and Soccer Australia. It coined the phrase "old soccer, new football" to emphasis this.

This logo, or crest always reminds me the AT&T logo. Among all the logos of football federation of each country, I really like the passion, the color and the creativity in this logo.

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Uploaded on June 17, 2010
Last updated on June 17, 2010

Company:
Football Federation Australia
Country:
Australia
Categroy:
Sports
Year:
2005
Font:
Plate Gothic
Font author:
Monotype Imaging
Downloads:
552

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Football Federation Australia

Football Federation Australia (FFA) is the governing body for the sport of football (soccer) in Australia. Before 1 January 2005, it was known as the Australian Soccer Association (ASA), which succeeded Soccer Australia in this role in 2003.

Among other duties, the FFA oversees Australia's national football teams (including the Socceroos (men), the Matildas (women), the Olyroos and other various youth teams); national coaching programmes; coordination with the various state and territory governing bodies; and the national club competition. Until 2004 the national competition was the National Soccer League; the FFA launched a new national league in 2005, the A-League.