American Athletic Conference Logo

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The American Athletic Conference was established in 1979. As of 2019, the conference has 12 member universities and six associate member universities. The members of the AAC play in the NCAA Division I, while the football teams play in the FBS. The majority of the AAC members are located in the Northeastern, Midwestern, and Southern regions of the US.

Meaning and history

American Athletic Conference Logo history

2013 – 2016

American Athletic Conference Logo-2013
The American Athletic Conference emblem designed in 2013 was composed of two parts — a stylized letter “A” in gradient blue and red, set above the two leveled inscription, with the “American” in enlarged blue gradient letters of a modern serif typeface, set between two thin red lines on a white background, and “Athletic Conference” in a simple serif font, in dark blue. The main part of the logo, its emblem, featured an ExtraBold blue body of the “A” with the red asymmetrical five-pointed star in a white outline placed on its upper part. The letters are outlined in blue and white and featured a light gray shadow.

2017 – Today

American Athletic Conference Logo

The current American Athletic Conference logo features a navy blue capital “A” in a heavy slab serif type. Instead of the white space above the horizontal bar, there is a red star with white trim.

What is American Athletic Conference?
American Athletic Conference is the name of the sports association of the USA, which was established for various collegiate athletic programs. The Conference has 11 constant members among the universities of the United States and 6 associates. The AAC is best known for its football division, though has ten men’s and a dozen of women’s sport disciplines teams compete in.