Quakers Primary Logo
The Philadelphia Quakers were the first professional ice hockey team in North America. Founded in 1930, they played only one season before folding due to financial difficulties. The primary logo of the Quakers has gone through numerous changes over the years since its inception, but it still remains an iconic symbol of its brief existence and place in NHL history.
The original logo featured a white “Q” on a blue background with two orange stripes running across it horizontally and vertically. This design was used for both home and away jerseys during their sole season as well as promotional materials such as pennants and posters that advertised games or special events related to the team. It became synonymous with Philadelphia hockey fans who fondly remembered this short-lived franchise despite its untimely demise after just one year on ice surfaces around North America.
In recent years, there have been several attempts by modern-day teams to pay homage to this classic logo from decades ago including minor league teams like Lehigh Valley Phantoms (AHL) who use similar designs for their own logos or merchandise items like t-shirts featuring vintage images from old arenas where these players once competed against each other. Even though time has passed since then, the legacy of Philly's beloved Quakers lives on through these small reminders that help keep alive memories of what could have been if circumstances had allowed them more than just one glorious winter playing together under an unforgettable emblematic crest!
Thank you for visiting Sports Logo History. If you intend to use any of our logos for news, blogs, flyers, posters, or social media graphics, we kindly ask that you credit SportsLogoHistory.com.
Sports Logo History thanks you for visiting our logo site. If you are using any of our logos for news, blogs, flyers, posters, or social media graphics, please give credit to SportsLogoHistory.com.
1930 - 1931
A wordmark “Quakers” scripted and with a tail in orange slanted down left to right.
1929 - 1930
A black, white, red and yellow pirate’s head inside a blue background and gold oval with wordmark “PITTSBURGH PIRATES” in yellow on light blue background on top and bottom.
1926 - 1928
Slanted letter “P” in black with yellow trim.