Taking an in-depth look at when the NFL ditched its unique and colorful Super Bowl logos for a templated design.
With Super Bowl LIV set for this Sunday (6:30 p.m. ET on FOX), we’ve conducted a two-part series analyzing the logo history of both the AFC champion Kansas City Chiefs and NFC champion San Francisco 49ers. For a complete rundown of the 49ers’ logos, click here. And for a look
This year’s Super Bowl matchup between Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers will make for one of the more classic uniform and logo matchups in recent memory. In fact, footage from their second-ever meeting in 1975 looks nearly identical to the game we’ll see in Miami Gardens, Fla.,
For many, the Super Bowl isn’t even about the teams playing in the game; it’s about food, camaraderie and commericals as much as it is football. And for those of us here at SportsLogos.net, our main focus is the overall aesthetic of the game — what the teams are wearing,
With the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers earlier this week announcing what uniforms they’ll wear in Super Bowl LIV, we’ve decided to take a look back at Super Bowl uniform matchups of years past. The template used below was inspired by an old keychain and features cartoon-style football
Despite a push to wear their 1994 throwback uniforms in Super Bowl LIV, the San Francisco 49ers confirmed Monday they will don their standard road set (white jerseys and gold pants) when they take on the Kansas City Chiefs on Feb. 2. The Chiefs, making their first Super Bowl appearance
The NFL Playoffs are here and with that comes my annual graphic showing you every single possible Super Bowl LIV matchup that remains. At the start of every NFL regular season, there are 256 possible Super Bowl matchups awaiting us in February. Throughout the year, as teams are mathematically eliminated,
The NFL will continue with the templated style look for next year’s Super Bowl LIV logo, this according to the official program of the upcoming Super Bowl LIII. Listed within a section promoting events in the 2019 NFL season, the logo shows the Vince Lombardi Trophy flanked by an “L”