As part of a major financial restructuring, the Malaysian owners of Cardiff City had proposed making changes to over a 100 years of club history.
In a statement on the club's website, Chairman Dato' Chan Tien Ghee announced that all plans have since been shelved.
"In the light of the vociferous opposition by a number of the fans to the proposals being considered as expressed directly to our local management and through various media and other outlets, we will not proceed with the proposed change of colour and logo and the team will continue to play in blue at home for the next season with the current badge," read the statement on www.cardiffcityfc.co.uk.
"The new club crest and home colours which were being discussed were intended to demonstrate the symbolic fusion of Welsh and Asian cultures through the use of the colour red and the predominant featuring of a historical Welsh dragon under the Cardiff City FC name.
"This was not meant as a slight in any way, shape or form on the club's traditions or history, which we recognise are the lifeblood of any club.
"It was intended as a positive change to allow us to adapt and embrace the future. Notwithstanding a number of rumours, there were no further plans to turn the stadium red or make other radical change."
Chan also made it clear that there were no plans to change the club's names, before going on to sound a warning over the state of finances at the Welsh club, which could still see major changes in the near future.
"This would have been a springboard for the successful commercialisation and promotion of the club and its brand, driving international revenues and allowing us to fund transfers and success locally, thereby giving the club the best chance of competing at the higher reaches of competition," said Chan in the statement.
"It is clear to all concerned that the club simply cannot continue to function and exist in its current state, effectively losing large amounts of money each month, while acquiring more and more debt."
The move had been widely criticised by Cardiff fans as well as readers on Goal.com Malaysia. Cardiff lost out on a place in the Premiership after losing 5-0 on aggregate to West Ham in the Play-off semi-finals and will remain in the Championship next season.
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