The club's crest was designed by Doubleday & Cartwright and consists of a black roundel with a Carolina blue center. The shape, resembling a coin, and use of "Minted 2022" in the crest are references to the city's banking industry and the historic Charlotte Mint, the first U.S. Mint branch. At the center is a four-pointed crown, referencing the four wards of Uptown Charlotte and the city's nickname of the "Queen City", itself derived from its namesake Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz. The font used in the team's crest and logotype is Albertus.
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A roundel logo with wordmark “CHARLOTTE FOOTBALL CLUB” in white and “MINTED 2022” in blue on a black background. The white crown represents Queen Charlotte and the four spires for the four wards of the city.