Saints Primary Logo
The New Orleans Saints' primary logo has a long and storied history, beginning with the team's inception in 1967. The original logo featured a gold fleur-de-lis on a black background, symbolizing the city of New Orleans' French heritage. This design was used until 1985 when it was replaced by an updated version featuring two intertwined fleurs-de-lis against a white background. This new logo also included two stars at each end to represent Louisiana being the 18th state admitted into the United States of America.
In 2002, this classic design received another update that saw it become more modernized and simplified for use across all mediums including digital platforms such as websites and social media accounts. The current version features one large golden fleur de lis outlined in black set against an oval shape with four smaller stars surrounding it on both sides representing Louisiana’s status as part of “the Big Easy” or “the Crescent City” which is how locals refer to their beloved home town. In addition to this change, there were other minor aesthetic tweaks made over time such as changing from yellow gold coloration to brighter shades like metallic silver or bronze depending on usage context (i.e., print vs web).
The Saints' primary logo is an iconic representation of not only football but also its place within American culture; embodying strength through adversity while remaining true to its roots despite any challenges faced along the way - much like how many people view themselves living in New Orleans today! It serves not just as a reminder for fans about what they can achieve if they work hard enough but also provides hope that no matter where you come from there are always opportunities available regardless of things that seem bleak at times.
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2017 - Present
Old gold fleur-de-lis with multiple black and white outlines. Shade of old gold altered slightly for the 2017 season.
2012 - 2016
Old gold, black, and white fleur-de-lis. Lighter shade of old gold altered slightly for 2012.
2002 - 2011
Old gold, black, and white fleur-de-lis. Shade of old gold altered slightly for 2002.
2000 - 2001
The new logo for the Saints made its debut in 2000. The modern black fleur logo is bolder and more compact than its predecessor. It features a black, white, and black outline to enhance the design.
1967 - 1999
The team’s logo is a fleur-de-lis a symbol of the City of New Orleans and of France’s Royal Family, which included the House of Bourbon.