You can see these logotypes every day on sports channels, advertisements, and clothes. They are acknowledged throughout the world, just like the organizations they represent. You know them, too. But do you know how each sports leagues logo was created, what it means, and why it was chosen to serve as league’s symbolics? It’s time to enrich your knowledge and disclose some interesting facts about well-known sports leagues and their logotypes. Read the history of leagues and find out what the logotypes mean and how they were developed. We will analyze the emblems in details: fonts, colors, images, style.

AAU logo
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You probably know that the Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) is an amateur sports organization based in the United States.It’s famous …
ABA logo
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ABA – American Basketball Assotiation is a very influential organization dealing with a all aspects of basketball in the USA. …
AFC logo
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Asian Football Confederation is the main organization of football in the Asian region. It is relly influential and authoritative organization …
AFL Logo
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The Australian Football League, the highest-level competition in the sport of Australian rules football, has a sporty and at the …
FIFA Logo
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FIFA (Federation Internationale de Football Association) – is a non-profit international governing body of association football, beach soccer, and futsal. …
MLS Logo
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The original MLS logo was subtly modified four times until in 2014 the Major League Soccer adopted a totally new …
NASCAR Logo
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The US business venture NASCAR plays a very important part in the country’s auto-racing life. The company created in 1948 …
NBA Logo
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The NBA logo was introduced in 1969. Its creation can be considered a result of the rivalry between the American …
UFC Logo
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The earliest Ultimate Fighting Championship wordmark appeared in 1993 and featured a bold sans-serif typeface. Simultaneously, a more complex UFC …