Chievo Verona Logo

Chievo Verona Logo

While the Italian football club Chievo Verona has changed its name and logo at least six times, you may notice a couple of recurrent motifs.

Meaning and history Chievo Verona Logo

Chievo Verona Logo history

The club was established in the small borough of Chievo in 1929. For the first two years, it didn’t have any official connection with the country’s Football Federation. However, it took part in some amateur games. Back then, it was named O.N.D. Chievo. The original name was given by the fascist regime. The team played its first game within the official league in the fall of 1931.

Symbol in 1929-1989

Chievo Verona symbol

While we know that the official colors at the time were blue and white, there’s not much information about the club’s visual brand identity. The earliest known Chievo Verona logo was used in 1960-1980. The shape of the emblem, a shield, conjures up the times of medieval knights.

Emblem evolution since 1989

Chievo Verona Emblem

The current name, Associazione Calcio Chievo Verona, was adopted in 1989. In 1991, the club introduced an emblem featuring a dark blue mounted knight on the yellow background.

The current Chievo Verona logo (1998) depicts the mounted knight inside a shield.

Font

Chievo Verona Logo

The name of the club features a medieval-style font.

Colors

Chievo Logo

The combination of blue and yellow seen on the current emblem is part of the club’s legacy.

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