Tiger-Cats Alternate Logo
The Hamilton Tiger-Cats are one of the most storied franchises in Canadian Football League (CFL) history. With a rich tradition that dates back to 1950, the team has seen its fair share of logos over the years. While their primary logo is iconic and easily recognizable, there have been several alternate logos used throughout their time as part of the CFL.
The first alternate logo was introduced in 1997 and featured an orange tiger head with white stripes on either side. This design was used for three seasons before being replaced by another unique look in 2000; this version featured two tigers facing each other while wearing helmets with crossed swords behind them – it also had ‘Hamilton’ written across it which made it more distinct than previous designs. This particular design lasted until 2002 when they decided to go back to a simpler look featuring just an orange tiger head inside a black circle outlined by white stripes; this would be used until 2006 when yet another new logo emerged – this one included two tigers facing each other again but instead they were wearing football helmets while holding up crossed swords above them once again along with ‘Tiger-Cats’ written underneath all within an oval shape outlined by black and gold lines respectively at top/bottom sides.
This third iteration lasted from 2006 through 2009 before reverting back to just using their traditional primary mark for all branding purposes since then; however, recently we have seen some slight changes including adding additional colors such as grey into certain elements like outlining or shading around parts like eyes/nose, etc. The latest change came last year when they unveiled what could arguably be considered their best-looking alternate ever–it features two standing tigers flanking either side of a shield-shaped crest containing various symbols representing different aspects of Hamilton itself including steel mills & waterfalls among others plus words reading “Tiger-Cats Football Club” at bottom portion below helmeted heads atop both animals!
Overall these alternates provide fans with interesting looks into how teams can innovate upon classic designs while still staying true enough so that people recognize who you represent without having any confusion whatsoever!
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2005 - Present
A front view of a yellow, white, black and red tiger-cat’s head roaring.
2005 - Present
A yellow, black, white and red tiger-cat leaping with a black and silver trim.
2005 - 2009
A yellow, white, black and red tiger-cat on all fours roaring.
2005 - 2009
A yellow, black, white and red tiger-cat standing on a scripted wordmark “Tiger-Cats” in white with black trim and yellow 3-D effect.
1999 - 2004
A yellow, white and black Tiger-cat’s head roaring.