Every year we gather the best in new sports logos, break them out into different categories and then present them to the masses in order to determine the logo that stands above them all.
And then we give that logo an award.
I call these awards the Creamer Awards. Why? Because I wanted to!
To be eligible for a Creamer (look, I can’t help my name), a logo must have made its in-game debut during the 2020 calendar year. If it’s a team’s or league’s logo, it must have been first used in a game between January 1 and December 31, 2020, regardless of when the logo was actually unveiled. If it’s an event logo, the event must have been held within this same span, again, regardless of when the logo itself was released.
This year is the ninth edition of the awards and this time we’re staggering the announcement of the finalists as well as the voting by category over several days. Last week we held the voting for the best league logo of the year, today we move on to our second category, and the first to feature teams, the best new supporting logo of the year. These are any team logos that are not the primary logo such as alternates, secondaries, anniversaries, and any other logo a team may use alongside their primary brand.
Below are the finalists for the best supporting logo of the year, you can click on any of these ten for a closer look at the logo. You can cast your votes via the poll at the bottom of this post.
Choose your two favourite logos of the ten finalists in the poll below, you can come back and vote again once every 24 hours. Polls will close at 11:59 pm ET on Monday, February 8, 2021.
Thanks for helping decide the best new sports logos of 2020, check back next week when we will announce and open the voting on the final category of the year, the best new primary team logo of the year. The winners of all the categories will be announced together when all voting is complete.