Flyers Logo

 

Flyers Logo

The Philadelphia Flyerslogo has held practically identical appearance, with the only exception with the subtle color modification in 1990.

Meaning and history Flyers Logo

Logo Flyers

The author of the iconic logo was designerSam Ciccone, who worked for the Philadelphia-based ad company Mel Richman, which does not exist any more. By the way, Ciccone also designed the team’s first uniform. The logotype was unveiled before the team’s first season in 1967/68.

Emblem Flyers

Flyers Emblem

The winged letter “P” with an orange dot inside symbolizes a hockey puck. There were actually quite a few other versions, but none of them was approved by the club’s owners.

Symbol Flyers

Flyers Symbol

The Philadelphia Flyers logo was place on the 10th place in the NHL logo rankings.

Font of the Flyers Logo

Font Flyers Logo

The wordmark represents the word “Flyers” in a custom all-cap serif font. The letters are black, with a bold black outline. The insignia has not changed since the 1967/68 season.

Color of the Flyers Logo

Color Flyers Logo

All the three colors of the team’s official palette (orange, black, and white) are featured in its logotype. The club’sowners wanted to find a warm color, but red could be already seen in many sports logos. So, one of the founders, Bill Putman, suggested orange, as it was the official color of the University of Texas, where he used to study.