The Modern Game (@TheModernGame_ )

The Modern Game

Bio Football culture by design. Follow us for the latest and greatest in football design, advertising, products and experiences.
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iPhone : #WIN a Face37 | F37 Foundry) 's Twitter Profile">Face37 | F37 Foundry Football Type 2 book, which celebrates the art of football lettering 📚To win:

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iPhone : There are two versions. The standard edition is £40 and the limited edition featuring bespoke numbered dust jackets is £65. Available to buy on our website

iPhone : NEW WORK: After two years, we are delighted to announce our new book Football Type 2; the sequel and revised edition to the award winning book Football Type.

Written by the hugely knowledgeable Denis Hurley the book celebrates the wonderful world of football and typography.

iPhone : With end-to-end action and wall-to-wall drama. There is no room for racism. Anywhere. On and off the pitch. In and out of stadiums.

It’s great to see the launch of the Premier League anti-racism campaign.

More to come.

#noroomforracism #thisiseveryonesgame #premierleague

iPhone : The updated crest:
✅ The shape is kept intact.
✅ The FCB acronym disappears.
✅ The internal black lines disappear.
✅ More homogeneous, more harmonious, and brighter.
✅ To be applied beginning with the 2019/20 season.

iPhone : Piazza Vittorio Veneto, Turin.

Every one of Cristiano Ronaldos achievements is listed in black.

In yellow - Now forget everything, and start again.

iPhone : A special edition of Coca-Cola cans has been launched with the numbers 0 to 9, the idea being that fans will share score predictions before each match with their friends on social media platforms.

iPhone : We take a look at the history of Adidas boot design from 1958 to 2018: Pictured here are the boots worn by France’s Zinedine Zidane for France 1998, the introduction of ‘blades’ rather than standard studs caused controversy.