Fusion Primary Logo
The Miami Fusion FC Primary Logo has gone through a few changes over the years. The original logo was created in 1998 when the team first joined Major League Soccer (MLS). The primary colors of orange and blue were chosen to represent South Florida's vibrant culture and Caribbean influence, while green was added as an accent color to symbolize growth.
The second version of the logo featured more intricate details such as palm trees, waves, stars, and a sunburst behind a soccer ball with wings that represented speed and agility. This new design also included subtle touches like small fleur-de-lis symbols which paid homage to New Orleans’ French heritage - something that is often overlooked in other MLS logos from around North America.
In 2002, after four seasons with their original design, Miami Fusion FC unveiled its third primary logo which still remains today; it features two stars above an orange shield containing three stripes representing each of the club’s colors – blue at the top for sky/ocean views; green for nature/growth; followed by orange on the bottom for sunshine/warmth – all within an outline resembling both ocean waves & mountain peaks symbolic of South Florida’s geography & lifestyle choices available here year round! It is these elements combined together that make up this unique brand identity associated with one of MLS' most beloved franchises: The Miami Fusion FC!
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Miami Fusion FC
A yellow sun with sun flares with a yellow letter “M” inside blue oval with a wordmark “FUSION” in blue.