St. Petersburg Bowl Logo

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St. Petersburg Bowl Logo
The history of the St. Petersburg Bowl started in 2008. The first game was played at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Florida. It was played under the same name before being renamed to the Beef O’Brady’s Bowl. Eventually, in 2017, the name the Gasparilla Bowl was adopted. In 2018, the owners decided to relocate the bowl to Raymond James Stadium in Tampa.

Meaning and history

St Petersburg Bowl Logo history


The St. Petersburg Bowl logo of 2008 was dominated by the sunny orange hues of a large football depicted on the logo and the blue bright board housing the lettering “St. Petersburg Bowl.” You could see the Sunshine Skyway Bridge in the background.
The emblem introduced in 2014 featured a calmer palette and was based on the shield shape.