Brumbies Logo

Brumbies logo
The Brumbies are an Australian professional rugby union football team. The Brumbies logo features a prancing horse with mountains on the background.

Meaning and history

Brumbies logo history


In its maiden Super 12 season, the Brumbies finished fifth on the table after the regular season.

Old symbol

Brumbies symbol
The first logo depicted a stylized horse standing on its two rear legs. The yellow prancing horse looked bright in contrast with the dark blue mountains on the background. The picture was housed in a diamond.
Below it, you could see a large wordmark “Brumbies” and a smaller line “ACT Rugby.” The lettering reflected the club’s original name, the ACT Brumbies.

Emblem

Brumbies emblem
In advance of the 2005 season, the club dropped the text “ACT” from its name, which meant that the club now represented a territory that spread beyond the Australian Capital Territory. They also unveiled an updated logo, which reflected the new name. Now, the horse was navy with a gold outline, while the mountains on the background were gray. And of course, the word “ACT” was gone. While the overall look of the emblem was somewhat similar to the original, in fact, it was completely redrawn. This was especially visible in the mountains and the typeface.

Colors

Brumbies
The Brumbies logo features navy blue, white, gray, and gold.