Red Bull Wordmark Logo
The New York Red Bull is a professional soccer club based in Harrison, New Jersey. The team was founded in 1995 and currently competes in Major League Soccer (MLS). Throughout its history, the team has had several different logos and wordmarks to represent its brand.
The first logo used by the Red Bull was created when they were known as the MetroStars from 1996-1998. This logo featured an abstract illustration of a bull’s head with red horns on either side of it along with “MetroStars” written across it. In 1998, this design was changed slightly to feature blue coloring instead of red for the horns and text surrounding them along with “New York/New Jersey” being added underneath it all.
In 2006 when they rebranded themselves as simply ‘Red Bull New York', their current wordmark logo debuted which features two bolded words stacked on top of one another—the top half reads "RED" while the bottom half reads "BULLS". Both words are colored white against a vibrant shade of electric blue that serves to make up the most part background for the entire mark itself; overall giving off a strong sense of energy & power associated with both color choice & animal imagery depicted within the name itself. As such, over years since then, this particular design become synonymous not only with the organization but also with sport MLS more generally speaking.
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2006 - Present
Double-lined wordmark “Red Bull” in red and “NEW YORK” in black.Font: Unknown
2006 - Present
Wordmark “Red Bull” in red and “NEW YORK” in black.Font: Unknown