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Florida State Seminoles Logo

Florida State Seminoles Logo
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Florida State University has sponsored an athletic program since 1902 and participates in the NCAA Division I (FBS). Intercollegiate teams known as Florida State Seminoles compete in the Atlantic Coast Conference. Together, they won a hundred conference and nineteen national championships.

The nickname “Seminoles” received the majority of votes in a student vote in 1947. This word is associated with the eponymous tribe of Indians from Florida, which in the early 19th century was persecuted by the US government. The Native Americans themselves permitted to use their name. The office’s official colors are gold and garnet, which is in keeping with the state’s traditional palette.

Meaning and History

Florida State Seminoles Logo History
Florida State Seminoles Logo Evolution

In the mid-1970s, the teams adopted a logo with a screaming Indian warrior. He is a member of the Seminole tribe, an influential leader named Osceola. He once led a resistance group until he was captured in 1837. The Florida State University sports emblem depicts his profile inside a red circle with a black edge. True, when drawing the head, the artists were guided by another person – Thomas Wright. He was a student at Florida State University and composed music for the university’s anthem.

The brand name has changed several times. In 1976-1989. facial features were less pronounced. In 1990, the red background turned garnet, and the Indian skin became completely white. In 2014, the designers changed their style. The feather in the hair is now more realistic than before. And in the place where it connects to the hair, it says “FCU.”

1976 – 1989

Florida State Seminoles Logo 1976-1989

1990 – 2013

Florida State Seminoles Logo 1990-2013

2014 – present

Florida State Seminoles Logo 2014-present


Florida State Seminoles Emblem

Florida State Seminoles Basketball Logo

Florida State Seminoles Basketball Logo

Success for the men’s basketball team came after the first participation in the NCAA tournament, which took place in 1968. Since that day, she managed to fight for the national title in the NCAA championship, won the Atlantic Coast Conference prize, competed in the Elite Eight and Sweet Sixteen. The women’s team won two ACC titles, advanced to eighteen NCAA Tournaments, and appeared once in the Elite Eight round. The basketball players’ home stadium is the Donald L. Tucker Center.

Florida State Seminoles Football Logo

Florida State Seminoles Football Logo

The university’s football program dates back to 1902. It went through several conferences and was independent for many years until it joined the Atlantic Coast Conference. Coach Bobby Bowden led the team to success. The Florida State Seminoles competed in five national championship events from 1993 to 2001. In the last decade of the 20th century, they had a high win rate, hitting a record 89%.

Florida State Seminoles Baseball Logo

Florida State Seminoles Baseball Logo

The institution introduced the first baseball team in 1948. Its athletes competed in fifty-seven NCAA events and three appearances in College World Series games and championships while participating in the SWC twenty-three times. Also, they ranked sixth in the number of victories in the overall ranking for all seasons. The current baseball coach is Mike Martin Jr. The home stadium called Mike Martin Field at Dick Howser Stadium is located on campus.