Seattle Seahawks Logos

Photo GalleryNational Football League Logos Seattle Seahawks (1976-Pres)

The Seattle Seahawks unveiled their name and original logos to the world on June 17, 1975; at the time, the name 'Seahawks' was described by GM John Thompson as "a tough, fish-eating bird". The name was selected by the team from a list of 1741 names submitted by fans, 150 different people submitted the "Seahawks" name. Their logo is based off of the Seattle-area Native American culture.

The Seahawks have used a variation of their original mark throughout their entire franchise history, making tweaks to the design to modernize when approrpiate. A grey helmet was used for the first 26 seasons and was intended to be used alongside the modern blue lid as a road-only helmet beginning in 2002, however the NFL quickly ended that plan. A fan vote was held to choose which colour the team would use full-time with blue ultimately prevailing.

Seattle Seahawks Primary Logos

Seattle Seahawks Primary Dark Logos

Seattle Seahawks Alternate Logos

Seattle Seahawks Alternate Uniforms

Seattle Seahawks Anniversary Logos

Seattle Seahawks Champion Logos

Seattle Seahawks Stadium Logos

Seattle Seahawks Misc Logos

Seattle Seahawks Unused Logos