Stars Logo History
The Baltimore Stars were one of the most successful teams in the United States Football League (USFL) during its three-year run. The team was founded by owner Myles Tanenbaum and coached by Jim Mora, who led them to two USFL championships in 1984 and 1985. As a result, their logo has become iconic among football fans across America and beyond.
The original logo for the Baltimore Stars featured a star with an orange background surrounded by white stars on each side – representing both Maryland’s state colors as well as those of the USFL itself. This design was used from 1983 until 1985 when it was replaced with an updated version featuring more vibrant colors such as red, yellow, blue, and green that better represented their championship status within the league at that time.
In 1986 however, after winning back-to-back titles but before moving to Philadelphia due to financial difficulties within the ownership group; they unveiled yet another new design which kept much of what made up previous versions but added additional elements including a larger star symbolizing victory along with black outlining around all other features making it stand out even more than before! Additionally, this last iteration also included “BALTIMORE STARS” written above/below depending on where you were looking at it from so there would be no mistaking who exactly this belonged to!
Today these logos are still seen throughout stadiums or worn proudly amongst diehard fans showing off their support for one of professional football's greatest dynasties - The Baltimore Stars!
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Wordmark “STARS” written above a tilted red star with 2 gold stars shadowing.