Hellas Verona Logo

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Meaning and history

Hellas Verona Logo history

Every known logo of the soccer club Hellas Verona so far has been inspired by the coat of arms of the Scala family, which used to rule the city of Verona.

1928 — 1958

Hellas Verona Logo 1928One of the earliest logos was just a blue ring with a yellow outline and two concentric yellow rings inside. In the smallest circle, you could see the letters “A C V” and a ladder in yellow.

1958 — 1984

Hellas Verona Logo 1958The original Hellas Verona logo was later replaced by an elliptical emblem. Here, the word “Hellas” and the flag of Verona appeared over yellow and blue stripes.

1984 — 1990

Hellas Verona Logo 1984The next version was a rhomboid with two of its corners cut. The two mastiffs were borrowed from the coat of arms of the Scala family.

1995 — 1999

Hellas Verona Logo 1995
The concept from 1958 was brought back after the redesign of 1995 but got a few changes. First of all both blue and yellow shades of the oval badge were brightened up. Secondly, the wordmark was changed to “Hellas Verona” and switched its typeface for a bolder one, with the uppercase sans-serif letters slightly arched, repeating the concave shape of the white banner with a thin blue outline. Apart from a blue and yellow crest with a cross, placed under the wordmark banner, one more graphical element was added to the insignia — a two-headed creature in a thin outline, drawn above the white banner.

1999 — Today

Hellas Verona Logo 1999
The redesign of 1999 strengthened and cleaned the contours of the Hellas Verona medallion, and added the Italian flag to the image, placing it between the head of the creature, drawn above the banner with a refined wordmark. The inscription changed its color to black, which elevated the look of the badge and made it look more powerful and stylish.

2020 — Today

For the logo, introduced in 2020 only one symbol was taken from the previous badge — the yellow image of the two-headed dog, a mastiff, the mascot of Hellas Verona football club. It was executed in bright yellow and placed on a white background without any outline. The emblem was accompanied by a yellow uppercase inscription in a bold sans-serif typeface written above the heads of the dogs.


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The bold sans serif type would have looked pretty minimalistic if not for the slightly distorted proportions.


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The Italian word “gialloblu” used to describe the club’s official palette means “yellow-blue” in English. In addition to the two colors, the Hellas Verona logo also features white, red, and green (the colors of the Italian flag), as well as black.