Little Caesars Pizza Bowl Logo

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The Little Caesars Pizza Bowl was played under this name from 2009 to 2013 at the Ford Field in downtown Detroit, Michigan. Before that, it was known under the name of the Motor City Bowl.

Meaning and history

Little Caesars Pizza Bowl Logo history

What is Little Caesar’s Pizza Bowl?

Little Caesars Pizza Bowl is the postseason intercollegiate football championship, which was first held in 1997, and had its last game in the season 2013. The annual bowl was affiliated with the Mid-American and Big Ten Conferences, the collegiate athletic organizations.

1998 – 2008

Motor City Bowl Logo 1998
Little Caesar’s Pizza a bowl was established at the end of 1997, under the name Mobile City Bowl, and its logo was built around its name. That was a red, blue, and white badge, with the italicized sans-serif wordmark in the blue set at the bottom line of the composition. It was separated from the top part by a straight blue horizontal line. The top part featured a blue wheel image on the right, and a striped red and white horizontal pattern on its left, looking like a car fender, or just a depiction of motion and speed.

2009 – 2013

Logo Little Caesars Pizza Bowl

The Little Caesars Pizza Bowl logo was dominated by the emblem of its title sponsor. The very shape of the logo reminded that of a pizza piece. On the top, you could see a cartoonish Caesar enjoying a pizza. The name of the bowl was placed below. There was also a brown football on the logo. Together with the word “Bowl,” it helped to create at least a hint on the event for which the logo had been actually developed.


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