The World Cup is just around the corner, and it looks like brands are looking to make some changes.
There are some notable design changes from last year’s games, like the logo redesign of the United States team.
And while the logo is no longer a traditional crown, there are plenty of new ideas.
Here’s what we know so far about the design changes.
What’s new in 2018?
First, there’s no longer the crown.
Now, it’s a circle, and the “c” has been moved to the left of the logo.
In addition, the United Kingdom, Germany, Italy, Spain and Portugal have all opted to ditch their crowns.
In the United Arab Emirates, the “e” is gone, and instead the word “EUROPE” has replaced it.
That’s a nod to the fact that the tournament is played in the United Nations, which is the host nation of the 2018 event.
But the logo isn’t the only change that’s been made.
Some of the major logos are also undergoing some major changes.
First, the official FIFA logo has been updated.
Nowadays, the logo of FIFA has become much more recognizable.
The FIFA logo was redesigned for the World Cup, and now it looks much more like the original design.
Second, the World Economic Forum logo has received a significant overhaul.
The logo, which originally featured a giant white square with the logo in the middle, has been replaced by a square with a “C” and a “F” at the end.
Third, the image of the FIFA President has been redesigned to resemble that of a football player, and his hat has been removed from the image.
The former logo has since been replaced with a soccer ball.
Finally, the soccer ball has been redone to include a new design.
What else have we learned from 2018?
The design of the official soccer ball at the World Trade Center has changed.
While the original soccer ball was a round object, the new one is round instead.
And it also features the logo as the central logo, rather than a triangle.
This new logo is also different from the soccer balls used at other events.
For instance, the iconic soccer ball used at the 2018 Summer Olympics was replaced by an oval-shaped soccer ball, while the one used at last year.
The design also changed to match the shape of the World Cups logo, so that it looks less like the current logo and more like a traditional soccer ball in a circle.
Other design changes include the redesign of FIFA’s emblem and logo.
FIFA’s logo is a circular circle that is surrounded by four vertical lines.
Its primary logo features the four lines on a white background, with the “FIFA” in a white circle at the top.
The current logo has three vertical lines, but it has also featured a black outline, which means the shape is more square.
A new emblem for FIFA was unveiled at the event, with three vertical stripes and the logo at the center.
The new emblem features a red circle with a red triangle on a blue background.
The emblem also has a white outline, and features the same design as the current emblem.
It’s also very similar to the design used by the 2022 World Cup host nation Brazil.
The 2018 FIFA emblem was redesigned to include three vertical and two horizontal stripes, a green circle with three horizontal stripes and a red and blue circle with four vertical stripes.
The original emblem featured four vertical and four horizontal stripes.
It also had a blue outline, with a yellow border.
The 2017 FIFA emblem featured three vertical bars with a blue border.
This year’s design features three vertical, four horizontal and four vertical bars.
It was also redesigned for 2022.
Its design is a square, and its outline has changed to look more like that of the current FIFA emblem.
This is a design that has been used since 2010, and has featured a red, white and blue outline.
This design has been reused at other World Cups, such as the 2016 Confederations Cup, the 2016 FIFA World Cup and the 2018 FIFA World Championship.
The United States has also opted to use the new design for the 2020 World Cup.
This will be the first time the U.S. has used a new emblem.
The U.K. also has changed its logo for the 2019 World Cup to feature three vertical bar, with white outline.
The 2022 logo featured four horizontal bars with three white outlines, and featured the shape like the FIFA logo.
This logo was also used for the 2016 and 2018 World Cups.