Fever Alternate Logo
The Indiana Fever has a long and storied history in the WNBA. The team has been an integral part of the league since its inception in 2000, and they’ve had some great successes over the years. But one thing that often gets overlooked is their alternate logo history.
In 2002, when the franchise was just two seasons old, they unveiled their first alternate logo: a red-and-black shield with “Fever” written across it in white lettering. This design featured prominently on all sorts of merchandise for several years before being replaced by another shield design featuring three stars at its center—representative of Indiana as “the Crossroads of America”—in 2006.
This second iteration remained until 2011 when it was decided to move away from shields altogether and introduce something new: a basketball with wings draped around it like flames (a nod to Indianapolis Motor Speedway). This fiery basketball would remain unchanged for eight seasons but then received an update ahead of 2019 which saw more intricate detailing added along with some additional colors such as blue and yellow – both official colors adopted by Indiana Fever during this period too!
Finally last year (2020) we saw yet another redesign; this time taking inspiration from traditional Native American art forms such as quillwork & beadwork – creating an eye-catching abstract pattern within each letter/number combination that makes up our current primary mark today! It's safe to say these changes have kept things fresh while also paying homage to our Hoosier roots - making sure everyone knows what state we represent no matter where you are or who's watching!
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2000 - Present
Red, yellow, and blue custom letter “F” with a WNBA basketball in orange and white. The letter “F” represents the team name “Fever.”