Arizona Cardinals Logo

arizona-cardinals-logo

The Arizona Cardinals football team was founded in 1898. Based in Glendale, Arizona, it is the oldest professional team in the USA. The club plays in the Western Division of the NFC.

Arizona Cardinals logo history

logo Arizona Cardinals history

Over the team’s history, it has changed logos several times. The 1920 logo (the Chicago Cardinals) was a “C” confined in a wishbone-shaped “C”. The first eagle logo was accepted in 1947 – that was a brown eagle perched on a ball’s stitch. The eagle head design was introduced in 1960, and it continued until 2005. The team’s current logo is the same old eagle head, which has undergone a little modification.

Arizona Cardinals symbol

arizona-cardinals-symbol

The eagle image reflects freedom, passion, and vigor – must-have traits for a football player.

Shape and colors Arizona Cardinals logo

colors-arizona-cardinals-logo

Compared to the 1960 logo, the 2005 version has a black outline, the head is more inclined forward, and the beak is steeper. The changes have added aggression to the shape. Colors include purple, yellow, white, and black. They symbolize energy, courage, perseverance, and determination.