New Site Feature: See New Logos By Year

We’re happy to announce a new feature for users of SportsLogos.Net, the ability to see all the new primary logos in baseball, basketball, football, and hockey (across all leagues) for any desired season.

You can go back in time to see what new logos came out the year you were born (for me I learned the “rainbow-skyline” Denver Nuggets logo entered the world the same year I did), or you can use this to easily track all the new changes for the upcoming season.

For now only primary logo changes will be reflected in this section; it may be expanded to include all logo and uniform changes if the feature proves popular.

You can click here to start using the new feature.

Please share any comments, thoughts, suggestions, with the new feature in the comment section below.


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7 Responses to New Site Feature: See New Logos By Year

  1. Keith says:

    Nice, but I don’t just want to see baseball logos (e.g.). What about just MLB team logos?

  2. Kurt says:

    most notable thing to happen in sports logos on my birth year was the end of the padre’s swingin friar 😦

  3. Kirk says:

    This is insane cool! Don’t know how you found the time to do all this, but it’s spectacular. Thanks!

  4. Jonas says:

    @Kurt, same for me. 1985… what a depressing year for sports logos.

  5. wolfgangII says:

    Great improvement. I agree with Kirk, thanks for taking the time.
    My year give birth to the Charlotte Hornets, my favorite teams as a kid. awesome.

  6. Dennis says:

    That’s pretty impressive work. Nice job

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