Revolution Alternate Logo
The New England Revolution is an American professional soccer club based in the Greater Boston area. The team was founded in 1995 and has been a member of Major League Soccer since its inception. The team’s logo, which features a white ship sailing against a blue background, has become iconic among fans and players alike. But what many may not know is that the Revolution has had several alternate logos throughout its history as well.
One such example of an alternate logo used by the Revolution was unveiled during their inaugural season in 1996 when they introduced a crest featuring three stars above two crossed swords with “New England” written on it. This design was meant to represent courage and strength within New Englanders while also showing off some regional pride at the same time; however this logo never really took off with fans or players so it wasn't long before it retired from use after just one season for something new - namely their current primary shield-style emblem we all recognize today!
In addition to this original attempt at creating an alternate symbol for themselves back then there have been other attempts over time including various versions incorporating different colors or even adding additional elements such as stripes or swirls into them too but none of these ever really stuck either until recently when another version debuted last year that featured red accents instead of blue ones alongside some subtle shading changes as well - thus giving us yet another interesting way to show our support whenever possible!
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New England Revolution
2022 - Present
A stylized letter “R”, invoking the club’s name, in a style reminiscent of the Revolutionary War era. A red strikethrough of the letter “R” roots the club’s identity in the defiant and patriotic spirit of the American Revolution. The seal is bordered by a design emblematic of traditional flag drapery with details embodying patriotic bunting.