Seattle SuperSonics Primary Logo
Seattle SuperSonics Primary Logo History
The Supersonics had 6 different logo and the last three are good looking logos. Incorporating the space needle in the 1976 and 1996 logos add the taste of Seattle. The final logo has some great looking fonts with a wonderful letter "S" in the center. The Supersonics shortened their name to Sonics for the last two logos.
Seattle Sonics Primary Logo 2002 – 2008
2002 - 2008
The final Supersonics logo is a white colored “S” representing Seattle and Sonics written on a yellow basketball. The “S” is shaped to be circular so that it covers the ball. The logos is written on a green background which represents the team colors. On top is wordmark “SEATTLE” in white and “SONICS” in yellow with a green line throughout.
Seattle Sonics Primary Logo 1996 – 2001
1996 - 2001
The Space Needle is forming the “I” in the wordmark SONICS” on a brown with orange trim and bold font. All of this on a green oval background with red and orange trim and a basketball for the dot in the “I.” Also, a wordmark “SEATTLE” in white above Sonics.
Seattle SuperSonics Primary Logo 1976 – 1995
1976 - 1995
In 1976 the Sonics added a new color to the logo, yellow. The logo featured a basketball with the Seattle cityscape, including the space needle on a yellow background. Below is a wordmark “SEATTLE SUPERSONICS” in green.
Seattle SuperSonics Primary Logo 1972 – 1975
1972 - 1975
The next Sonic logo again all in green, with a basketball to the right. The wordmark “SONICS” is shaped like a space ship flying with the wordmark “SEATTLE SUPER” above the first “S” in Sonics.
Seattle SuperSonics Primary Logo 1971
In 1971 the Sonics logo changed to a green basketball with a white outline. A wordmark “Seattle SuperSonics” in the center of the basketball in white lettering.
Seattle SuperSonics Primary Logo 1968 – 1970
1968 - 1970
The original SuperSonics logo is an all green logo. The space needle is inside a basketball with a Sonic shuttle flying around the basketball. A wordmark “SEATTLE SUPERSONICS” in green.