The Argonauts' new logo in 2021 is to bring back the original logo from the 1800s. From 1873 till 1988, the Argonauts used a football ship as their primary logo. During this time they had three different versions of the football logo. Bring back the old has been the tradition of many primary logos in professional sports today.
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2021 - Present
This 2021 logo shows a football acting as a massive boat with four paddles dipped into the water out one side, a large sail in white shows a double blue letter “A” for Argonauts as a series of light blue and white waves are alongside the football boat.
This is a modernized boat logo from as far back as the 1980s.
2006 - 2020
A large white with dark blue and white trim letter “A” on a dark blue and sky blue circle shield with dark blue dots around the shield.
A large white with dark blue and white trim letter “A” on a dark blue and grey circle shield with dark blue dots around the shield.
1995 - 2004
A blue greek warrior holding a large white with dark blue and white trim letter “A” on a dark blue and grey circle shield with dark blue dots around the shield.
1991 - 1994
A white with sky blue trim letter “A.”
1989 - 1990
A blue wordmark “TORONTO” above “ARGOS” in blue with an underscore that reads “FOOTBALL CLUB” in white.
1976 - 1988
A brown football as a boat with black oars digging into the blue waters, a sky blue mast and a dark blue with white trim letter “A.”
1956 - 1975
Blue with dark blue stripes football forming a boat with blue oars digging into the blue and white water. A blue mast with wordmark “ARGOS” in dark blue with white trim and a banner at the top with “PULL TOGETHER” in blue as an Ancient Greek ship.
1873 - 1955
White with blue trim ship, the initials A.R.C. on the mast and a banner on top with “PULL TOGETHER” in blue. The abbreviation”ARC” is for Argonaut Rowing Club.