Brentford said goodbye to their old badge at the end of the season against Blackburn and their new training wear are the first items available to buy with the new badge.
The old badge came in in 1993, replacing the popular castle one, and has been in use until this season.
The final crest design is loosely based on the crest the Bees used from 1972-75 and the 1960s Brentford Supporters Club badge.
The club believe it’s simple, the clean bee design will help us become more recognisable as a club over time and we hope you will all be proud to wear it for many years to come.
“It's always an emotive subject when a club decides to change something as important as its crest but part of our club's philosophy has always been about moving with the times and improving as we go,” says chief executive Mark Devlin.
“Myself, the Board and the senior leadership team at the Club believe that's exactly what the change in the crest does. It's simple, it's iconic and it immediately tells the world who we are without even the need for words."
To that end, GetWestLondon have taken a look back at the last 20 kits Brentford have had using the old badge.
You can see the kits in the gallery above with the new home kit set to be released later this summer.