Blue Bombers Primary Logo
The Winnipeg Blue Bombers have a long and storied history in the Canadian Football League (CFL). Since its inception in 1930, they have proudly represented Manitoba and the city of Winnipeg. Throughout this time, their primary logo has changed several times to reflect different eras of the team’s history.
The first iteration was used from 1930-1941 and featured a shield with two crossed footballs along with an “FB” for “Football Club” inside it. This design was replaced by another that included three stars above a blue circle containing an image of two bison facing each other within its boundaries – representing strength, determination, courage, and pride; all qualities associated with the team's name at that time: The Big Blue Machine! From 1942-1959 this logo served as both the primary symbol on uniforms as well as signage around venues hosting games featuring them. It wasn't until 1960 when they adopted what is now referred to as "the classic" version which featured only one star above said blue circle but kept everything else intact - including those bison still standing proud within its confines! This design then remained unchanged until 1983 when minor tweaks were made such as adding white trimming around edges or changing up font styles for lettering used alongside it; though never altering core elements like color scheme or shape itself...until recently!
In 2018 after years without any major alterations being done to it again - aside from some slight modifications over course of decades prior – the organization decided to give its iconic look a complete overhaul completely replacing the previous version altogether while introducing a brand new one instead: A black background outlined by yellow stripes accompanied by silhouette figure running through middle holding football firmly hand…and thus ushering club into modern age style wise anyways! While some may not be too fond of changes made here others find a refreshing take on something so deeply rooted tradition seems fitting given the current climate of professional sports branding these days where teams often rebrand themselves every few years in order to stay relevant amongst competition out there regardless of league sport playing under banner either way though we can definitely say our beloved Bomber will always remain same heart no matter how many times decide switch things up visually speaking moving forward future sure looks bright indeed!.
The Winnipeg Blue Bombers are joining the CFL League Teams Logo Battle! Show your team spirit and vote for the best logo in this exciting competition. Represent your city by voting for the Bomber's iconic W-shaped logo and help them take home bragging rights as a champion of this year's Logo Battle!
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2016 - Present
A white with the blue trim letter “W.”
A new shade of blue.
2013 - 2016
A white with the blue trim letter “W.”
A blue with the gold trim letter “W.”
2005 - 2011
A slanted blue with gold trim letter “W” and a blue and gold with white trim football blitzing across the letter.
1995 - 2004
A slanted white with blue trim letter “W” and a blue and gold with white trim football blitzing across the letter.
1968 - 1994
A blue letter “W” and wordmark “BLUE BOMBERS” on top with a yellow football.
1966 - 1967
A golden jet flying around a football in a blue with gold trim oval, wordmark “BLUE BOMBERS” in blue and “WINNIPEG” in gold.
1959 - 1965
Depiction of the Golden Boy statue from Manitoba parliament building in Winnipeg with BOMBERS
1936 - 1958
Black and white football, city shield, and ribbons with a wordmark “WINNIPEG BLUE BOMBERS” in white.