With kickoff of its inaugural season just two months away, the Fan Controlled Football league recently unveiled the logos for its four new franchises. Naturally, the logos were designed and chosen by fans, with the winners receiving a $1,000 prize, team gear and a shoutout on social media from their team’s owners.
Up first is the logo for the Glacier Boyz, which are owned by multi-platinum recording artist Quavo, San Francisco 49ers cornerback Richard Sherman and YouTube sensation/former UCF kicker Donald De La Haye, also known as Deestroying. It features a polar bear wearing a diamond-shaped “GB” chain and a red, white and blue color scheme that brings to mind the Gatorade flavor Frost Glacier Freeze.
The logo for Zappers – which are run by Minnesota Twins pitcher Trevor May and sports broadcasting personality Bob Menery – includes a simple lightning bolt placed in front of a “Z” with a red, orange, gold and yellow color scheme.
The logo for the Beasts – which are owned by Super Bowl champion running back Marshawn Lynch, boxing legend Mike Tyson and pro wrestler Miro – features a forward-facing, dragon-like creature clad in Vegas gold, dark green, aqua and lime green, a nod to Lynch’s time with the Seattle Seahawks.
Last but not least, the Wild Aces – which are run by Greg Miller, founder of the Kinda Funny YouTube channel and podcast, and Los Angeles Chargers running back Austin Ekeler – is modeled after Kinda Funny’s Nick Scarpino’s alter-ego Johnny Ace and features a bright blue, pink and purple color scheme.
With the logos finalized, the next step for viewers of the Fan Controlled Football league is to choose the uniforms each team will wear. The designs were created by fans in partnership with Champion, which will be the official outfitter of the league.
“Champion has a long and storied history in sports and developing innovations in athletic apparel, and Fan Controlled Football is creating an innovative vision for the future of professional sports and fan immersion,” Fan Controlled Football chief marketing officer Jennifer Rottenberg said in a statement. “Together, we will create a never-before-seen football experience. It’s both an honor and a privilege to collaborate with a brand that shares our vision, and we’re excited to welcome Champion to the Fan Controlled Football family.”
The design options are as follows:
Voting is now open and will run through Dec. 6 at 11:59 p.m. PT. More details can be found at www.FCF.io.
Photos courtesy of Fan Controlled Football.