Atlanta Gladiators Logo

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The franchise that is now known as the Atlanta Gladiators (Duluth, Georgia) was set up as the Mobile Mysticks in 1995. From 2003 to 2015 this ice hockey team bore the name of the Gwinnett Gladiators. In 2015, a few years after their relocation to the Atlanta metropolitan area a decision was taken to add the word “Atlanta” to their name.

Meaning and history

Atlanta Gladiators Logo history

1995 — 2002

Atlanta Gladiators Logo 1995
The team’s original name was ‘Mobile Mysticks’, and during this period they used a special emblem. It looked like a big purple letter ‘M’, made from two hockey sticks with yellow outlines. In the center and behind the character, they’ve drawn a fabulous green dragon, clutching onto a hockey puck.

2003 — 2015

Atlanta Gladiators Logo 2003

The name “Gladiators” submitted during the contest “Name the Team” in 2003 was recognized as the best one. As a result of the renaming, the new logo was the image of a gladiator in gold and garnet. The gladiator is wearing a typical gladiator outfit including a gladiator helmet with face armor. In his right hand he is holding a sword and in his left hand there is a shield.

The stylized wordmark “Gladiators Gwinnett” goes across the bottom. The white with gold fringing “Gladiators” and the gold “Gwinnett” are against a black background.

Such a logo added more energy to the team’s identity.

2015 — 2019

Atlanta Gladiators Logo 2015

As part of the name change in 2015 the team updated their logo by replacing the word “Gwinnett” with the word “Atlanta”. The rest of the logo remained unchanged, as well as their colors ‒ black, garnet, gold and white.

2019 — Today

Atlanta Gladiators logo
The redesign of 2019 changed the color palette of the Gladiators logo are refined the lettering under the graphical part. Now the badge features delightful blue and ochre color palette which looks noble and fresh. As for the wordmark, it is set in a white background and executed in all capitals of a smooth and bold serif typeface, with the “Atlanta” tagline in sans-serif uppercase.