These are some of the most iconic events to date at Mexico City’s historic Aztec Stadium, shortly before the unveiling on Tuesday night. MexicoIt was the coat of arms of the new national team and the home of a fairly unique light show with choreographed dance.
The 20-minute presentation did not include the lack of construction workers and doctors rushing across the venue, Aztec warriors, ambulances driving to the pitch, and giant glow sticks.
— Universal Deportes (@UnivDeportes) December 1, 2021
And of course, more elaborate choreography.
Anyway, it will eventually return to the summit displayed on the Aztec pitch. This is the seventh change since the coat of arms was introduced in 1930. This is a comparison between the latest version and the replaced version.
La Selección Mexiconaha presentadosu nuevo escudo. 🇲🇽
¿ Quéte pareceel cambio? ⚽️ pic.twitter.com/JmiyVJmaMd
— ESPN Deportes (@ESPNDeportes) December 1, 2021
According to the Mexican Football Federation (FMF), the logo structure is inspired by the stones of the sun, and the eagle pays homage to the Aztec and Maya art. The ball grabbed by the eagle Talon is based on the classic 1970s Telstar edition, which has been the centerpiece of the coat of arms since the 1980s.
The “Mexico” font is a familiar font because it is synonymous with the 1968 Olympic typeface and the two previous World Cups.
Surprisingly, Twitter seems to be pretty kind to rebranding. Perhaps due to the fact that the coat of arms is doing more to simplify than offensive, the early consensus seems to be one of the slightest satisfactions from fans so far.
However, there were some easy reactions (“”Graphic design is my passion, “Who?), Including a nice ginger from Roberto José Andrade Franco (who wrote) This beautiful piece of October for ESPN About FC Dallas‘ Ricardo Pepi), Millions of Mexican fans say they were thinking after the refurbishment.
A bootlegger working hard to prepare a hoodie for this weekend’s swap meet. https://t.co/qY2xHz0fPr
— R Andrade Franco (@R_AndradeFranco) December 1, 2021
– Soccer Sports
Mexico reveals an improved coat of arms in a choreographic dance at the laser show, Aztec Stadium
https://www.espn.com/soccer/blog-the-toe-poke/story/4536030/mexico-reveals-revamped-crest-amid-laser-showchoreographed-dancing-at-estadio-azteca Mexico reveals an improved coat of arms in a choreographic dance at the laser show, Aztec Stadium