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8 Best Football Logo Designs To Ever Adorn The Sports World

Author : Tammys Beckers   Top Author


Football emblems are an image of aggression, loyalty and national pride. During the game season, fans live and wear the colors of their team which makes it essential that the team symbol should reflect the culture and values of the players.

Below mentioned are 8 best football emblems to be ever created.


1. Hawaii Warriors:
The football logo here may not consist of any animal or fierce creature but the sharp edges in the letter H still looks pretty intimidating and beastly. The use of a single letter in big font size that is crafted in bright green and white color makes the emblem attractive and eye catching whether it is printed on a T-shirt or the score board.


2. FIU:
The Florida International University football team may have crafted their emblem with a one legged tiger but it still manages to look aggressive and commanding. The monogram is created in an inverted triangular shape with the team initials type faced in big and bold letters. One factor that makes this symbol stand out from the crowd is the image of the tiger that seems to be leaping out from the picture that adds to the appeal of the image.


3. Iowa State Cyclones:
Inspired by the name of the team, they have used an image of a fierce looking bird with the bottom of a cyclone. The mighty punch that the bird is portraying along with the prominent bright red color of the emblem makes it ferocious and aggressive.


4. Louisiana-Monroe War hawks:
This emblem is crafted with big and thick white colored type face with the prominent colors in the emblem being a bright red. The combination of the fierce looking hawk, the bright red color and the image of the bolt of lightning makes the monogram perfect for a representation of violence and aggression.


5. UTEP Miners:
If the team name consists of the word ‘miners’ then it is only fair that the image should consist of the same. The emblem here consists of an illustration of a muscular man with a pick-axe. The colors of the monogram range from orange to dark blue which makes the emblem eye catching and attractive.


6. UCF Knight:
The University of Central Florida Knights emblem consists of an image of a knight with a headgear and a sword. The use of the knight image for the emblem adds a historic and righteous touch to the brand mark.


7. Marshall Thundering Herd:
The image crafted here is simple and compact. It simply consists of an image of a menacing bull with the letter M that represents the team name. The only two colors used in the image are green and brown; green for the letter M and brown for the animal in the image. Overall, this emblem is compact and memorable and resembles the alabama football logo.


8. South Carolina Gamecocks:
The emblem of this team consists of an image of a violent and aggressive cock encased inside the letter C. The elaborate tail of the cock along with his image illustrated in flight makes the monogram attractive and compressed.


Hence, here you have some designs that have made the players and fans proud of their teams.


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Tammy Becker is a senior graphic design consultant at a professional graphic design company. For more information football logo please contact at alabama football logo.

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