Bruins Primary Logo
The UCLA Bruins' primary logo has a long and storied history. It began in the late 1920s when UCLA first adopted its iconic blue and gold colors. The original logo featured a simple script “UCLA” with an interlocking “C”, which was designed by former student John C. Woodruff in the 1927-28 season. This design remained unchanged until 1948 when it was updated to its current form; a more stylized version of the same letters with two sets of wings on either side representing strength and speed, respectively.
In 1984, the school released an alternate version featuring three stars above "UCLA" to commemorate three NCAA championships won that year: basketball (men's & women's) as well as baseball; this is known today as "the championship logo". In recent years there have been minor changes made such as color variations or subtle alterations but overall they remain true to their original design from almost 100 years ago!
Today, the UCLA Bruin's primary logo stands out amongst other college logos due to its unique style and rich history behind it - making it one of the most recognizable symbols in all collegiate sports! With over 90 national titles across various sports teams since 1926, this symbol continues to be synonymous with success for generations to come!
The PAC 12 League Team Logo Battle is exciting for UCLA Bruins sports fans! The competition pits the logos of all twelve teams against each other, and it's up to the fans to decide which one will reign supreme. With so many creative designs, there's sure to be a lot of debate about which logo is best. It's time for Bruins supporters everywhere to show their school spirit and get behind their favorite team in this epic battle!
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2017 - Present
The script initials “UCLA” remains the primary logo but there is no tail that stretches under the four letters and no black shadow.
In partnership with Under Armour.
1996 - 2016
Acronym “UCLA” scripted in blue with yellow trim and black highlight and a tail underscore in yellow wordmark “BRUINS.” The acronym represents University of California, Los Angeles.
1991 - 1996
Wordmark “UCLA” in yellow on a blue background and “BRUINS” in blue with a blue underscore.
1978 - 1991
Scripted initials “Ucla” in yellow with a deep blue drop shadow.
1964 - 1978
Acronym “UCLA” scripted in blue with a yellow trim and a tail underscore. The acronym represents University of California, Los Angeles.
1996 - 2016
Acronym “UCLA” scripted in blue with yellow trim and black highlight. The acronym represents the University of California, Los Angeles.
1996 - 2016
Acronym “UCLA” scripted in blue with a yellow trim. The acronym represents University of California, Los Angeles.
1964 - 1995
The Bruins mascot on the right leaning against the acronym “UCLA” in yellow with blue trim.