Brahmas Wordmark Logo
The San Antonio Brahmas XFL team has a unique and interesting history behind its wordmark logo. The first iteration of the logo was introduced in 2001 when the original XFL league began operations. It featured a bold blue “BRAHMAS” text with an orange football placed between two swords that crossed each other at their handles. This design was meant to capture both the spirit of competition as well as Texas pride, which is why it included elements from both sports and Texan culture.
When the second version of XFL launched in 2020, however, San Antonio opted for an updated look for their wordmark logo. This time around they chose to go with something more modern while still maintaining some aspects from before; instead of two swords crossing one another there were now three blades forming an abstract ‘X’ shape above them – symbolizing unity within diversity – while also keeping true to its traditional color scheme: blue and orange representing strength and power respectively.
Overall this new design perfectly captures what makes San Antonio so special: hard work combined with the passion that can achieve anything if you put your mind to it! The combination of old-school values such as determination coupled with contemporary aesthetics creates a powerful visual statement about what this team stands for; no matter how tough things get we will always strive forward together towards victory!
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San Antonio Brahmas
Wordmark “SAN ANTONIO” in silver and “BRAHMAS” in black.