League Gothic Webfont · 15 samples

League Gothic is a sans-serif font. It goes well with Le Havre, Glegoo, Proxima Nova, Benton Sans RE, Adobe Caslon, Minion, Siri, Helvetica Neue, Clarendon and Brandon Grotesque. If you're thinking about using League Gothic then try 51px for headers. Give 21px a shot for content.

People commonly tag it as blog, writing, tech, coffee, magazine, sans serif, uppercase, numbers, bold and varied. You can get it from Font Squirrel, Google Web Fonts and Typekit.

About League Gothic

League Gothic is a classic sans serif typeface, designed in 2007 by the American type foundry The League of Moveable Type. It was inspired by the industrial style of the early twentieth century, and features a tall x-height and condensed letterforms. Its bold, modern design is both distinctive and versatile, making it a popular choice for headlines, logos, and other display uses.

The font has a strong, authoritative character, with a hint of nostalgia. Its bold lines and sharp angles evoke a sense of power and confidence, while its condensed letterforms give it a timeless, vintage feel. It’s a great choice for projects that need to convey a sense of history and tradition, but with a modern edge.

League Gothic is a versatile font, suitable for a wide range of projects. It can be used for logos and branding, headlines and titles, and works particularly well for websites in the fashion, automotive, and finance industries. It’s also a great choice for posters and flyers, giving them a classic yet modern look.

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In action 15 League Gothic samples

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