Steelers Logo

February 6, 2011 by staff 

Steelers Logo, The Steelers logo was introduced – to their helmets – in 1962. The “Steelmark” was originally created by U.S. Steel and later owned by the American Iron and Steel Institute, so that the logo represented the entire industry. Whereas the original logo Steelmark called “steel”, the AISI team petition to change the word “Steelers.” The Steelmark was originally conceived as part of a broad public relations campaign designed to educate and persuade U.S. consumers on the importance of steel in their daily lives. The logo depicts three hypocycloids Steelers who represent the voters of the process of making steel: yellow for coal, orange for ore and blue for scrap.

The Steelers are the only NFL team to paint their logo on one side of the helmet. This practice was initially thought to be a temporary measure – to check if the logo was well received. The helmet logo as seen today, has not been amended since its original application. The only change was the color of the helmet of the team – from gold to black – making the logo more pronounced. So offensive, fenders, and quarter blitz aside, the Super Bowl XLV is an intriguing match. Both the Green Bay Packers and Pittsburgh Steelers are trademarks of industrial cities of the working class, and there is the enduring appeal of seeing the underdog win by the hard work of common sense.

Green Bay has a population of about 125,000. The Packers definitely play in the smallest TV market among professional sports teams, but they won a record 12 NFL titles. Pittsburgh is a city known for its blue-collar ethic. The Steelers are known for their hard – some have said dirty – style of play, and the franchise has requested a six Super Bowl titles impressive.
So today is a classic “battle of the brands,” a confrontation between the slaughterhouses and steel workers, between franchises floors with deep roots and legacies. The logo represents the Pittsburgh Steelers legacy as a steel town. Equipment manager Jack Hart originally applied logo on one side of the helmet of the team (right) as brass Steelers were uncertain how it would look on their gold helmets, then solid. When the color of the helmet switched to solid black, the team has decided to permanently retain the logo on the right side because of the interest in the uniqueness of the logo. The Steelers are the only team in the NFL with a logo on one side of the helmet. The Pittsburgh Steelers and Green Bay helped write the history of the National Football League.

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