Lankan Premiere Leage 2020 Logo revealed

Lankan Premiere Leage 2020 Logo revealed

Lankan Premiere Leage 2020 Logo revealed

The courage, determination and boldness of a lion, which is seen in the main symbol of the Sri Lankan national flag, is the central theme in the Lankan Premier League 2020 logo. The Lankan Premiere Leage 2020 logo captures the rich culture and heritage of the nation, the free flowing spirit of the people and the fearless attitude of the Sri Lankan players when they are on the field.

The use of red and orange colours in the logo is inspired by the Sigiriya Frescos and Kandyan paintings of Sri Lanka whereas the use of blue and yellow depicts the colours of Sri Lanka Cricket. The colours of the lion’s mane represents the five teams that will battle it out in the middle.

The objective of using these colours is to establish the tournament as a Sri Lankan brand which appeals equally both to the local and international fans.

Talking about the Lankan Premiere Leage(LPL) 2020 logo, IPG Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Mr Anil Mohan said, “The LPL logo depicts what is very unique to Sri Lanka, its people, culture and cricket, which holds an important place in everyone’s heart in this country. At the same time, it also has a global appeal which will help our international audience to connect with LPL easily. It has actually captured the spirit of the nation, we couldn’t have asked for anything better.”

Sri lanka Cricket vice president Mr Ravin Wickramaratne said, “I am extremely happy to see the wonderful fusion of the national colours with the symbol of Sri Lanka cricket in the LPL logo. I am sure this logo will help the fans connect easily with the event and they will come forward to support it with the same passion like their national team.”

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Lankan Premiere Leage 2020 Logo revealed

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