Ottawa Rough Riders Primary Logo
The Rough Riders have a primary logo history from 1960 to 1996 with an excellent array of different logos.
1995 - 1996
A black, red and white log driver with a brown mustache and red scarf and a log driver’s pike in the background.
Changing back to black and removing the blue color from the 1994 primary logo.
A blue, red and white log driver with a brown mustache and red scarf and a log driver’s pike in the background.
For the 1994 season the team unveiled its final logo design with the team colors changing from black, silver, and red, to dark navy, red, and gold. The color changes proved to be unpopular as the team dropped dark navy in favor of a return to black for the 1995 season.
1992 - 1993
A red with silver trim letter “R” and a black with silver trim letter “R” with red flames trailing behind the letters.
1986 - 1991
A white letter “R” on black with red stripe helmet with full grey facemask.
1975 - 1985
A white letter “R” on black with red stripe helmet and a single bar white facemask.
1961 - 1974
A orange cowboy riding a orange horse on a white with orange trim football and a wordmark “OTTAWA” in black and “ROUGH RIDERS” in black and arched.
1950 - 1960
Letters “OFC” on red, white and black footballs with three black pennants. “OFC” represents the team name Ottawa Football Club.