United Football League (UFL) logo

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Meaning and history

United Football League

2007 – 2008

United Football League Logo 2007
The original logo was a square of mostly dark blue. Near its right edge, there was a white silhouette of a football player. It served as a color barrier, and everything to its right was black. As for text, there was a white ‘UFL’ acronym placed onto the blue space, as well as the translation in black letters right below the emblem.

2009 – Today

Modernistic and bold, the United Football League logo is based on a shield shape but depicts it in a highly distinctive manner. The shield appears to be sloped backward, which helps to create a 3D effect. Also, the gradient textures applied to all the elements of the design add even more dimension.

The shield on the UFL logo is broken into two parts by a thin grey bar. The top part houses the letters “UFL” on the sky blue background. Below, there’s a football with a comet in the middle. The football is placed over a green background.

 

The United Football League is a now-defunct league that operated for four seasons, from 2009 to 2012.