Chicago Cardinals Primary Logo
Chicago Cardinals Primary Logo History
In the 20's the city of Chicago had two NFL teams the Bears and the Cardinals. By the 50's the Cardinals after having several poor seasons and had become the forgotten football team in Chicago. During these 40 years in Chicago the Cardinals had two very good logos for the time period. The classic double letter "C" is awesome looking logo. The final Cardinal logo bring a football in the background with a cardinal perched on top of the football.
Chicago Cardinals Primary Logo 1947 – 1959
1947 - 1959
Starting in 1947, the Cardinal’s logo is a brown and black cardinal perched on the stitches of a white with black outline football.
Chicago Cardinals/Pittsburgh Steelers Primary Logo 1944
Chicago Cardinals/Pittsburgh Steelers
In 1944 the Steelers merged with the Chicago Cardinals and were known as “CARD-PITT” and informally known as the “Car-Pitts” or “Carpets.” The Steelers went solo again for the 1945 season.
Chicago Cardinals Primary Logo 1920 – 1934
1920 - 1934
The 1920’s Chicago Cardinals logo had an interlocking “CC” logo with a wishbone “C” and a regular “C” in red.