Burn Wordmark Logo
The Dallas Burn wordmark logo has been a part of the Major League Soccer (MLS) team since its inception in 1996. The original logo featured an orange and black shield with the words “Dallas Burn” written inside it, along with flames on either side. This design was meant to represent the heat of Texas and also symbolize fire, which is often associated with passion for sports teams.
In 2003, after seven years in existence, Dallas decided to switch up their look by introducing a new logo featuring two crossed soccer balls set against a blue background that included stars from both Texas flags – one representing Mexico and one representing America – as well as red stripes running through them. This design was intended to be more modern while still staying true to their roots by including elements from both countries' flags that make up much of North Texas’ population today.
Today's version features three interlocking soccer balls on top of each other within an outline shaped like the state of Texas - this time without any additional colors or symbols added - along with “DALLAS BURN FC” written underneath it all in white font against a black background; thus giving off an edgy yet classic vibe at once! Despite going through several changes over time, this iconic wordmark remains beloved among fans who have followed them throughout their history and will likely continue doing so for many years ahead!
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1996 - 2004
Wordmark “BURN” in red with white and black trim below “DALLAS” in black.Font: Custom