Tangerine Bowl Logo

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The name “Tangerine Bowl” can refer to two college football bowl games, both played in Orlando, Florida, at Camping World Stadium, at different periods:

– the bowl game played in 1947-1983

– the game played in 2001-2003

Meaning and history

Tangerine Bowl Logo history


Tangerine Bowl Logo-2001
The original Tangerine Bowl logo was designed in 2001 and only stayed in use for one season. The composition of the badge was built around an enlarged drawing of a tangerine, placed on the left from a diagonally located rugby ball: behind the fruit and the ball, the part of a clean geometric sun in yellow could be seen. As for the next part of the visual identity, the wordmark in orange capitals of a bold and shadowed sans-serif typeface was set over a solid green background of a horizontally stretched rectangular banner with rounded angles. Simple, literate, and slightly naive, the badge still was bright and memorable.

2002 – 2003

Tangerine Bowl Logo

The Tangerine Bowl logo of 2002 featured a large tangerine and a brown football. In the background, a part of the gold sun with triangular sunrays could be seen. At the forefront, there was a green board housing the name of the game. When the game became known as the Mazda Tangerine Bowl in 2002, the emblem was slightly modified. The board was now blue and housed the lettering “Mazda” in white. Below the board, the text “Tangerine Bowl” in orange could be seen.