The Kansas City Chiefs are an immensely popular professional American football team that plays in the Western Division of the American Football Conference in the National Football League (NFL). Based in Kansas City, Missouri, the team was originally established as the “Dallas Texans” in 1960 by Lamar Hunt. They relocated to Kansas City after three years in 1963.
The Chiefs has won numerous accolades and several championships in their iconic history. They currently play their home games at the Arrowhead Stadium.
DESIGN ELEMENTS, HISTORY AND EVOLUTION OF CHIEFS LOGO
Shape of the Chiefs Logo
The Chiefs logo is one of the most instantly recognizable logos in American football. It has undergone several modifications throughout the years. The oldest-known version of the logo comprised of the state of Texas in white color, and a yellow star that symbolized the location of the city of Dallas.
The current version of the Kansas City Chiefs logo consists of an arrowhead design featuring the interlocking “KC”. It was originally conceptualized by Lamar Hunt who had reportedly painted it on a napkin, after getting inspired by the “SF” the San Francisco 49ers logo.
Colors of the Chiefs Logo
The Chiefs logo features white, black, red and brown colors. All these colors signify passion, fighting spirit, determination, courage and integrity of the team.
Font of the Chiefs Logo
The Chiefs logo incorporates a hand-drawn typeface.