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Barcelona reveal plans to drop 'FCB' for 11th badge redesign in club history

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Barcelona revealed they plan to redesign the club's badge for the start of next season.

The most significant change would be the removal of the letters "FCB," standing for Futbol Club Barcelona, which have been at the center of the design for more than 100 years.

The current badge was introduced in 2002, with the updated version needing to be approved in a membership vote on Oct. 20.

It would be the 11th design of the badge in the 119-year history of the Spanish club.

Barcelona are currently in first place in La Liga due to a superior goal difference over Real Madrid despite suffering a shock 2-1 mid-week defeat to Leganes on Wednesday.