The 76ers have always been closely identified with the logo featuring the number "76" with "13" stars arranged in a circle above the number "7" to represent the original "13" American colonies. The logo portrays the patriotic nature of the United States, prominently featuring the colors red, blue and white, and Philadelphia's reputation as the birthplace of American independence.
2015 - Present
The team’s new primary logo is a modern interpretation of the classic Sixers insignia, stylistically redeveloped to include a patriotic blue border with six white stars and “PHILADELPHIA” adorned across the heading. The familiar white basketball has been visually updated with a positional rotation of the seams. The emblematic ring of 13 stars present in the primary, partial and secondary logos continues to represent the original American Colonies.
2010 - 2014
The Philadelphia 76ers have officially changed their primary logo and color scheme with a return to the traditional “76ers basketball” logo and the red, white and blue color scheme. The logo features the 1978 logo smaller set in a red background with silver border and a wordmark “PHILADELPHIA” in white on a blue background with a silver border.
1998 - 2009
A wordmark “76ERS” in gold with a white trim on a black background and a red and silver star to the left. A gold basketball with blue flowing stripes are below.
1978 - 1997
In 1978, the changed logo for the Sixers featured a smaller version of the last logo “7” in red “6ers” in blue with “13” revolutionary blue stars above “7” on white with blue trim basketball.
1964 - 1977
The first 76ers logo featured a large “7” in red and a large “6” in blue with “13” revolutionary blue stars above “7.”
1950 - 1963
The Nationals final logo is a map of the US in white with blue wordmark “SYRACUSE Nationals” in blue on red and white stripes. Surrounded by several blue stars.
1947 - 1949
The original logo is a map of the US in light blue with white wordmark “Nationals” in white on red and white stripes. Surrounded by several blue and red stars.