The Chargers of Los Angeles have made a change in their logo, on Tuesday.
A change very, very subtle, but a change anyway : the team of the National Football League (NFL) has completely abandoned the navy blue in favor of powder blue, already present in the edge of the former incarnation of the logo, a yellow lightning bolt bent.
The Chargers sported two tones of blue on their logo since 2007, when the team was playing in San Diego. Even after her move to Los Angeles, in 2017, the concession has not made changes to its crest.
Since 1974, the Chargers have always placed exclusively in evidence a flash as a main symbol. Previously, a horse was also found on their logo.
The main change in the Chargers at a time where there is uncertainty on the planet, due to the pandemic coronavirus is not stylistic, but good sports. Philip Rivers, quarterback of the longtime Chargers, is separated from the team and joined the Colts in Indianapolis during the opening of the free agent market.
At the time of writing these lines, the beginning of the season 2020, the NFL had still not been postponed, despite the outbreak of the COVID-19 has caused the postponement or cancellation of multiple sporting events throughout the world.
Under a record of five wins against 11 setbacks, the Chargers have missed the playoffs for the fifth time in six seasons. In 2018, the club california went on to lose in the second round before the Patriots of New England.
On Monday, the rivals of the Chargers in L. A., the Rams, have also unveiled a new logo for the next season of the NFL.