Aston Villa have launched a vote for supporters to decide the design of the club’s new crest.
Two final options for the new design have been put forward following a consultation earlier this year.
The shortlist options including one inspired by a gas lamp – a reference to the club being founded beneath one – and a circular option.
“Redesigning our club crest is not a process we have entered into lightly, and we recognise that any change made today will have a uniquely long-lasting impact,” a club spokesperson said.
“This is why we strongly believe it is the right of our fans to have a voice in the process and to ultimately help decide what our future club crest should be, both for next season, our 150th anniversary year and for many years beyond that.
“Season ticket holders and members now have the opportunity to vote on their preferred design.”
The two options have seen alterations from previous iterations of the club badge, with less reliance in yellow and the club’s iconic lion flipped to face the opposite way to the current crest.
The full name of Aston Villa is also set to be reinstated rather than the AVFC initials.
Fans will have until 5.30pm on Wednesday (9th November) to cast their vote online.