It has also revealed that former X-Factor contestant Olly Murs has been handed a new role within the organisation.
Images of some of the most famous moments in the history of the English game are used in a striking scrapbook-style recreation of the famous Three Lions crest.
Bobby Moore lifting the Jules Rimet trophy in 1996, Stanley Matthews playing for England while in his 40s, Gary Lineker's famous reaction to Paul Gascoigne's tears in the 1990 World Cup semi-final and Michael Owen's celebration after his miraculous goal against Argentina in 1998 all take their places in the badge.
The FA has revealed the badge as part of their year-long celebrations of the milestone, which will also include matches against Scotland, Ireland and Brazil as well as a 'National Football Day' in August.
As if all that were not enough, the governing body has also brought in pop sensation Murs as an official ambassador for the anniversary celebrations.
"The coming year will be a terrific opportunity for us to showcase our work to the whole country and the wider world," said FA chief executive David Bernstein.
"It is a wonderful achievement for any organisation and I certainly hope it will capture the imagination in the way it has mine. From humble beginnings to today’s global spectacle, we can be proud of this country’s contribution to football."