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"NFL" redirects here.
This page only shows primary logo variants.
For other related logos and images, see:

1940–1952

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1953–1958

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1959–1961

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1962-2007

1962–1983

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This logo with the "flared" tips at the top left and right hand sides was last used on the field at Super Bowl XVIII in January 1984.

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1984–2007

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The tips at the top left and right sides of the logo became unflaired, and the blue outline at the bottom became thicker.

2008–present

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In 2008, the NFL modified their logo by reducing the number of stars from 25 to 8; the stars now represent the eight divisions, and are separated to the right and left to represent the two conferences. Additionally, the typeface and shield were modified, and the football on top was changed for the first time to a more dimensional look, resembling that of the Vince Lombardi Trophy.

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