Bakersfield Condors Logo

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The ice hockey team Bakersfield Condors was created in Bakersfield, California, in 2015 out of two teams, the NHL Edmonton Oilers that relocated from Edmonton, Alberta, and a minor league ice hockey team Bakersfield Condors that played locally in 1998-2015.

Meaning and history

1998 — 2007

Bakersfield Condors Logo 1998

The first Condors logo was composed of a yellow circle in a thick green framing, with the white “Bakersfield” lettering set on its bottom part. The enlarged condor bird was set over the badge, holding a baseball bat and sitting on the bold stylized “Condors” inscription in white and gray.

2007 — 2015

Bakersfield Condors Logo 2007
The redesign of 2007 refined and emboldened the contours of the Condors badge and switched the color palette from green to burgundy. In the new shades, the badge started looking more confident and even aggressive, reflecting the fighting spirit of the baseball club.

2015 — 2018

Bakersfield Condors Logo 2015

The Bakersfield Condors logo debuted on April 2, 2015. It fit the name of the team perfectly. A giant condor was holding a hockey stick in its paws, while below it the word “Condors” in orange capital letters with a white and blue outline could be seen. The logo was based on the emblem of the old Bakersfield Condors team.

2018 — Today

Bakersfield Condors logo
The redesign of 2007 refined and emboldened the contours of the Condors badge and switched the color palette from green to burgundy. In the new shades, the badge started looking more confident and even aggressive, reflecting the fighting spirit of the baseball club.

Colors

Colors Bakersfield Condors Logo

The emblem features four colors: dark blue, a comparatively noble shade of orange, dark gray, and white as a secondary color.

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