Sampdoria Logo

Sampdoria Logo

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The football club Unione Calcio Sampdoria was created in 1946 out of rather successful and old teams, Sampierdarenese and Andrea Doria.

Meaning and history

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The original Sampdoria logo featured the iconic red cross on a white field. Also known as St. George’s Cross, it has been a long-time symbol of the club’s home city, Genoa. The cross is placed in a blue shield.

1946 — 1947

Sampdoria Logo 1946

1947 — 1949

Sampdoria Logo 1947

1949 — 1953

Sampdoria Logo 1949

1953 — 1961

Sampdoria Logo 1953

1961 — 1962

Sampdoria Logo 1961

1962 — 1965

Sampdoria Logo 1962

1965 — 1966

Sampdoria Logo 1965

1966 — 1971

Sampdoria Logo 1966

1971 — 1977

Sampdoria Logo 1971In the early 1970s, the team first introduced a badge featuring a side view of a sailor with a pipe. The character, which is called Baciccia (John-Baptist), looks pretty reasonable on the Sampdoria logo as the team is based in the port city.

1977 — 1980

Sampdoria Logo 1977

1984 — 1997

Sampdoria Logo 1984

1997 — Today

Sampdoria logo

Colors

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The current palette – white, blue, red, and black – was first featured on the 1950s logo. It was inspired by the official colors of the two teams that merged to form the Sampdoria.