Atlanta’s Gwinnett Gladiators Present Team’s 10th Anniversary Logos. Plural.

Written By:  •  Friday, September 21, 2012

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The Gladiators begin their 10th season of play at the end of October and have released two different 10th Anniversary logos for use on merchandise, jersey patches, and in-game graphics.

The first logo features the Gladiator’s head from their primary logo, seen on the front of the jerseys, within the zero of the 10. The roman numerals for 2003 and 2013.

The second logo uses the team’s alternate logo, as seen on the team’s shoulders. It displays the G-sword against a giant X with a banner showing the years of operation.

I’m sure our readers can help me remember another time multiple anniversary logos were used. No word was forthcoming which would be used on which jersey, or if both will even appear in patch form on jerseys.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/andymoniker Andy Moniker

    It bothers the hell out of me that they left the fold of the ribbons unfinished.

  • John Robert Crawford

    “Surviving” pro hockey team? Does that mean the Macon Whoopee are no more!??!

  • ingmar66

    Mmmm, not too impressed with either of them. The gladiator helmet should be in one colour to make it look like a genuine gladiator helmet, It now looks like it has a centurion like plume on top of it, which is inaccurate. The Roman numerals look better underneath. The second logo has a very XFL like X and a very ugly unfinished ribbon as has been mentioned above. Sloppy.

  • http://foo-gos.com Foogos

    The thing that irks me most about the “10″ logo is that the weight of the gold stroke on the gladiator helmet is significantly thinner than that of the “1″ and “0.”