Demons Alternate Logo
The San Francisco Demons alternate logo has a long and storied history in the XFL. The original design was created by graphic artist Joe Bosack, who had previously designed logos for several professional sports teams. This iconic logo features a demonic figure with wings spread wide, clutching an XFL football helmet in its talons. The colors used are black and red to represent fire and brimstone, while the lettering is done in white to stand out against the dark background of this menacing image.
Since its creation back in 2001, there have been slight modifications made over time to keep up with changing trends as well as modernize it for current audiences; however these changes have always stayed true to its original concept of representing fearlessness and strength on the field of play. In addition, some versions also feature an additional “SF” on either side which stands for San Francisco – further emphasizing that connection between team identity and city pride!
Today this classic symbol continues to be one of the most recognizable designs associated with XFL football - not only among fans but even amongst those unfamiliar with American Football itself! It’s a perfect representation of what makes pro sports so exciting: passion combined with power – something that will no doubt remain timelessly relevant regardless of how much time passes by or how many other leagues come into existence!
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.
Horned Deamon’s head in black and white with a red outline.
A horizontal demon’s pitch fork in black with a red flame surrounding the fork.
A horizontal demon’s pitch fork in red with black and copper.
A vertical demon’s pitch fork in yellow.