San Francisco 49ers Logo
The first logo for the 49ers was a mustached forty niners gold miner that originated from California Gold Rush in 1849.
On the logo the miner was dressed in red shirt and plaid pants, jumping in the midair while firing pistols in both hands. Actually, one hand nearly aims at his foot while the other one, the pistol forms the "Forty-Niner" word coming from its smoke.
However, in 1965 the Niners came up with an new logo that had a shield-shaped crest that was formed by the number "49" together with a football positioned at the upper quadrant while "SF" placed on the lower left quadrant of the logo. This logo was used by the team for marketing purposes for seven years until 1972. 49ers logo is quite popular with fans when going through the 49ers odds for the season.
From 1962, San Francisco team logo has always the famous iconic "SF" placed at the center of the red oval. However, over the years this logo has been going through minor modifications like a black outlining that is on the intertwined iconic "SF" which was included in 1989. Another noticeable addition was a gold trimming also found inside the oval and was added in the year 1996.
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San Francisco 49ers Logos



49ers Logo: 1946 - 1967
49ers Logo: 1946 - 1967


49ers Logo: 1968 - 1995
49ers Logo: 1968 - 1995


49ers Logo: 1996 - 2008
49ers Logo: 1996 - 2008


49ers Logo: 1946 - 1967
49ers Logo: 1946 - 1967




San Francisco 49ers Text Logos



49ers Text Logo: 1972 - 2004
49ers Text Logo: 1972 - 2004

49ers Text Logo: 1972 - 2004


49ers Text Logo: 2005 - 2008
49ers Text Logo: 2005 - 2008


49ers Text Logo: 2009 - current
49ers Text Logo: 2009 - current

49ers Text Logo: 2009 - current




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