As part of a wider general consultation process, Portsmouth FC is seeking opinions from supporters on six design concepts for a revised crest for the club.
Club management have been working closely with the Board of PFC on proposed new designs, and these have already been seen by members of the Heritage & Advisory Board, Tony Goodall Fans Conference, and the Pompey History Society.
To protect the club’s crest going forward it is vital that the club has the ability to copyright it, whilst still retaining the essence of the existing design and the heritage that this encompasses.
The club would like to invite feedback from supporters on each of the six designs. This feedback will be presented to the club’s heritage and advisory board, which will then recommend a final version for Board approval.
Club CEO Mark Catlin said: “In areas of the business where it is felt appropriate, Portsmouth FC has, and will continue to be, committed in consulting with fans in the decision-making process, and that all feedback gained from supporters is extremely valuable and appreciated by everyone at the club.”