Brahmas Alternate Logo
The San Antonio Brahmas have a long and storied history with their alternate logo. The original XFL logo was designed in 2000 by the league's founder, Vince McMahon. It featured an eagle clutching a football in its talons, with the words "Xtreme Football League" beneath it. This design has been used ever since as the official symbol of professional football's most extreme league.
In 2018, when the XFL returned to action after nearly two decades away from play, they decided to give teams like San Antonio Brahmas an opportunity to create their own unique identity through alternate logos and uniform designs that would be exclusive for them alone. The team responded with enthusiasm and created a new look featuring their iconic “Brahma” mascot wearing sunglasses while gripping onto both sides of a black-and-white striped ball – complete with flames shooting out from behind him!
This bold design perfectly encapsulates everything that makes up this franchise: power, passion & pride! It also serves as an homage to traditional Americana imagery while still maintaining modern sensibilities; something which could only be achieved through careful consideration & creative collaboration between all involved parties (league officials included). As such, it stands today as one of many examples where sports branding can truly capture what makes each individual team unique - no matter how small or large they may be in comparison!
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2023 - Present
Silver with a dark grey outline letter “S” interlocked with San Antonio’s Alamo outline in yellow with a dark grey outline and a white star in the middle of the Alamo.