Generals Logo History
The New Jersey Generals of the United States Football League (USFL) have a long and storied history, dating back to their inaugural season in 1983. The team's logo has become an iconic symbol for the league and its fans, representing years of hard work put in by players, coaches, and staff alike.
Originally created by designer Bill Gardner with input from then-owner Donald Trump himself, the original Generals logo featured a blue star with white stripes inside it that was surrounded by two red stars on either side. This design was meant to represent both patriotism as well as strength - something that would be necessary if they were going to compete against established NFL teams like the Giants or Jets. Additionally, there were three black lines around each star which represented speed - another important factor when playing football at any level!
Throughout its time in existence (1983-1985), several variations of this classic design existed including one featuring only two red stars instead of three; however, none ever matched up to what is considered today as "the" official Generals logo: a single large blue star encircled by five smaller ones – four red & one white – all set within a shield shape background made up mainly out of silver & gold colors along with some hints purple here & there too! This version truly embodied everything about USFL football: a passion for competition combined with prideful patriotism. It’s no wonder why this particular design remains so popular amongst fans even after all these years later!
In conclusion, while other teams may have come and gone over time, you can always count on seeing those same iconic New Jersey General logos proudly displayed across jerseys or helmets every now and again. Whether you’re watching them play live or just remembering fond memories from days past, these symbols will always remind us why we love USFL football so much!
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2022 - Present
Wordmark “NEW JERSEY” in gold and “Generals” in a red custom font with 5 gold stars within a leaf.
1983 - 1985
Wordmark “Generals” in a red custom font with 5 gold stars on top a leaf.