The Indianapolis Colts are one of the most famous professional teams in American football that play in the South Division of the American Football Conference in the National Football League (NFL). Based in Indianapolis, Indiana, the team was originally established as the “Baltimore Colts” in 1953. The franchise relocated to Indianapolis in 1984.
The Colts have won two conference championships and one Super Bowl championship. They play their home games at the Lucas Oil Stadium.
DESIGN ELEMENTS, HISTORY AND EVOLUTION OF COLTS LOGO
Shape of the Colts Logo
The Colts logo is one of the most popular and instantly recognizable logos in American football.
The Indianapolis Colts used to be based in Baltimore, Maryland and the city is well-known for horse racing. Due to this fact, they are named the “Colts” (meaning young horses). The Colts logo, which has remained almost unaltered throughout the years, features a distinctive blue horseshoe.
Before the horseshoe was introduced, the team’s helmet was solid blue with a plain design.
Colors of the Colts Logo
The use of the blue color in the Colts logo symbolizes excellence, class and strength, whereas the white color stands for its integrity and charm.