Patriots Wordmark Logo
The Boston Patriots wordmark logo has been a staple of the NFL since its inception in 1960. The original design featured a navy blue “Patriots” script, with American flag background and stars representing each state in New England. This unique look was meant to represent strength and patriotism and pay homage to the area's rich history of independence.
Over time, the logo has changed very little; however, some subtle modifications have reflected changes within America itself. In 1971, for example, white stars were added around the edge of the circle, which represented all 50 states instead of just those from New England - signifying unity across different regions throughout America during this period of social change and progressivism. More recently, in 2009, the team returned to its roots by introducing a new black version featuring red stripes alongside gold accents - symbolizing courage and resilience amongst Patriots fans everywhere.
Today, the Boston Patriots' wordmark is still seen on merchandise such as clothing items or game-day paraphernalia; it stands out among other logos due to its strong sense of tradition coupled with modern touches that remind us why we love football so much! Whether you're cheering at Gillette Stadium or watching from afar, Patriot Nation will always be united under one banner!
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1960 - 1970
Wordmark “PATRIOTS” in red, white and blue stripes and stars with red outline and shadow.Font: Unknown