It looks more like an egg, a little more like a rabbit.
Bayern Munich is going with a new design for its official crest in 2018 and the design has a completely different feel than the one it used in the early part of the century.
The new crest will feature a yellowish-orange color scheme with a red-orange and gold background, similar to the colours of the Bordeaux football club, the German national team and the Bundesliga club Wolfsburg.
Bayosoft, the team’s designer, has been in charge of the new design since last summer and its the first one for the team since the late 1960s.
The logo features the word BÜCHER, which is an abbreviation of the abbreviation for the word ‘Böhnemann’, which means ‘father of all.’
The logo also features a vertical line in the middle of the shield, which symbolizes the Böhnemeinschaft, the Bavarian state-owned company that oversees the sports club.
The crest is similar to Bayern’s current design which uses a yellow-and-black background and features a red star, but this one will be more traditional, and the logo is a little different from what it was.
The team has been working on a new crest for several years and this time, the crest is being designed by a German citizen, Josef Kühne, who has also been the design director for the national team for years.
Bayers fans will not be surprised if this new design looks different than the previous one, as Kühnemans new design is expected to be unveiled on Monday, January 11.