Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles Logo

Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles Logo

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Manly Warringah Sea Eagles arethe name of a professional rugby club from Sydney, Australia. The club was founded in 1946, and today competes in the National Rugby League the top-tier Australian league in this kind of sport.

Meaning and history

Manly Warringah Sea Eagles Logo history

Manly Warringah Sea Eagles is one of the oldest Australian rugby clubs, established in 1946, and having its first season played in 1947. That was in the New South Wales Rugby Football League, the first rugby competition in Australia, founded in 1908 and ceased in 1994.

As for the National Rugby League, the competition Manly Warringah Sea Eagles are affiliated today with, it was established in 1998. Today the league consists of 16 clubs, with 15 from Australia, and one — from New Zealand.

Whatare Manly Warringah Sea Eagles?
Manly Warringah Sea Eagles are the name of an Australian rugby club, which was established in the middle of the 1940s. Today the professional team is a part of the National Rugby League. Sea Eagles have Brookvale Oval as their home arena and Des Hasler as the head coach.

1947 — 1955

Manly Warringah Sea Eagles Logo 1947

In 1946, Manly Warringah was admitted to the NSWRL first grade competition. The earliest Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles logo made its debut in the early 1950s. It was a white shield with a thin maroon outline. The shield housed the letters “M” and “W,” which were given in a plain sans serif type.

1956

Manly Warringah Sea Eagles Logo 1956
In 1956 the calm and boring logo was changed to a delightful and modern emblem, where the burgundy and white eagle with smooth contours was placed on a solid yellow circle. The bird was sitting on a burgundy ball with a bold “MW” monogram on it. The letters were executed in extra thick lines and evoke a sense of power and confidence.

1957 — 1959

Manly Warringah Sea Eagles Logo 1957

The logo adopted in 1957 was somewhat ambiguous, and due to this the team was often mistakenly referred to as the “Seagulls” instead of the official “Sea Eagles.”

1960 — 1977

Manly Warringah Sea Eagles Logo 1960

To avoid the misconception, they had a logo redesign in 1960. The bird looked more like an eagle now.

1978 — 1979

Manly Warringah Sea Eagles Logo 1978

Eventually, in 1978, the crest featuring a detailed depiction of the eagle was adopted.

1980 — 1997

Manly Warringah Sea Eagles Logo 1980
In 1980 the club decided to get back to its original white and burgundy color palette, drawing the flying eagle on a white background and enclosing it into a double frame with the lettering arched along its top and bottom parts. In the center of the badge, there were no additional elements, just the image of the flying bird, which looked aggressive and determined.

1998 — 1999

Manly Warringah Sea Eagles Logo 1998

The 1998 logo was even richer with details, but it also looked somewhat cluttered and had a cartoonish feel.

2003 — Today

Manly Warringah Sea Eagles logo

The simplified palette of the 2003 crest looks nobler. The bird doesn’t have to “carry” the heavy lettering on its shoulders anymore.

Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles symbol

Colors

Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles

Ever since the club entered the competition, it has used the combination of maroon and white for the logo. The colors were inspired by those worn by the President’s Cup side, who, in their turn, borrowed the colors from the local Freshwater Surf Lifesaving Club. At some points, other colors were added to the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles logo.

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