For the first time, the club has included the year of its foundation (1894) as a nod to its history within the Manchester community.
Supporters also had a say on the shape, colours and elements featured on the badge and all of their feedback was used to help shape what the badge looks like today.
The Etihad Campus has been undergoing an transformation, more than 100 people have contributed to the process that has seen the Etihad Stadium, Market Street City Store, City Football Academy and the community bridge updated and brought into this new phase in the club’s history.
More than 5000 items featuring the new badge have been produced for signage across the Etihad Campus and more than 1500 seatbacks were replaced at the Etihad Stadium in preparation for the 2016/17 season, which will see Pep Guardiola take the helm as Manchester City’s new manager.
The new badge can also be found on Manchester City’s all-new website which has been designed to bring local and global fans closer to the action than ever before.
Badges across Manchester City’s global offices have been changed, as well as the specially-branded Etihad plane that has been adorned with the new design.
Danny Wilson, operations director for MCFC said: “The new badge represents a special moment for the club and we wanted to mark it with our fans who have played an integral role in determining the design of the new badge so it is fitting that they be a part of these celebrations.
“The support of our fans throughout the consultation process and their enthusiasm about the new badge has been second to none. We look forward to celebrating this new chapter in our history.”