Sports Logo – Promoting the Best Sport Virtues

If you would like to see how the principle of Veni, Vidi, Vici can be practically implemented in advertising or, to be particular, in corporate logo design – have a look at the collection of sports logo, Cruzine has prepared for you today. Paraphrasing one wise saying: “Sports do not build character. They reveal it.”, we can say that the use of sport symbols in logo design helps to reveal and highlight the nature or profile of a particular company, which is, actually, the key task of logo design. Anyway, sport is commonly associated with such human virtues, as persistence, bravery, fair play, and healthy competition. So, it is not a big surprise that more and more companies, even those with no direct links to sport industry, vote for sport theme to be used as the core of their logo design concepts.

Penguins by Vukan Karadzic final v. by Alexander Wende

Odd Man Rush by Clark Caughey

Ryander Cup Pirates by Clark Caughey

Basketball Store by Gert van Duinen

Speed for Sport by Jesse Pierpoint

Fore by Yanuar

Madrid Cup by Ruben Galgo

The Playing Field by Aaron Gibson

Panda by Dan Slupskiy

Snap by Roberto Norelli

Scythes by Alexander Shutov

Auto sportas by 7gone

Golden Goal by Kirill Demidenko

STFC by John Slabyk

NMSC Logo by Matt Kauzlarich

IFF Logo by Matt Kauzlarich

Brazil Soccer Academy by Cezar Bianchi

S. E. Colorado by Renato Forster

Fresno Fuego FC by Scott Severance

National Home School Soccer Championship by Matt Kauzlarich

Wharton Wildmen by Matt Kauzlarich

U. of Richmond Hockey by Matt Kauzlarich

Danville Inferno Jr. Hockey by Matt Kauzlarich

Sting Hockey by Matt Kornhaas

White Tigers by Valentin Masliyev

Danish National Basketball Team by Don Goerlitz

Fatman Softball by Roko Kerovec

Race Place Motorsports by vince311

New York Green by Daniel Evans

AUBG Griffins by Stefan Vasilev

International Flag Football League by Matt Kauzlarich

Albanian Football Federation by Benedict Dumitrescu

New York Rockets by Luiz Adelino

Storm by Luiz Adelino

The Flying Medranos by McGuire Design

Comets by revotype

FootballFans by geniuslogo

Nighthawks by mkornhaas

Pacer by LaPalida


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Peter Olexa

Cruzine magazine founder. He has over 15 years of experience in corporate identity and web site design.