Inspiration – Southeastern Conference Logo Facts, Meaning, History & PNG

Southeastern Conference Logo
  • Download PNG Southeastern Conference Logo PNG Southeastern Conference is a sports conference with 14 members from the Universities of the Southeastern and South Central states of the USA.
  • The members of the conference compete in 21 sport disciplines, including nine men and twelve women.
  • Meaning and history 1932 – 1963 The oldest Southeastern Conference logo (1932) featured the abbreviation in a rounded sans serif typeface.
  • There was nothing but the three letters in black.
  • 1964 – 1965 On the 1964 emblem, the lettering was placed inside a black ring with gray filling.
  • 1966 – 1969 The type grew angular.
  • In the 1966 version, the letters turned white, while the circle turned black.
  • 1970 – 1988 On the 1970 logo, the colors were replaced by yellow and blue respectively.
  • 1989 – 2007 The new badge for the Southeastern Conference was created in 1989 and featured a blue, white, and embellished composition with the stylized white “SEC” lettering in thick white lines and thin blue outline placed over the blue rhombus with a diagonally striped blue and white pattern.
  • The “Southeastern” in the uppercase of a serif typeface was written in blue on a yellow rectangular banner and placed on the upper left corner of the logo, while the “Conference” in the same style and on the same banner — on the bottom right corner.
  • 2008 – Today The redesign of 2008 brought back the circular badge from the 1970s but redrawn it in a modern and fresh manner, with the voluminous yellow “SEC” lettering set on a solid calm blue circle.
  • The letter got to come in straight white accents, which added energy and style to the whole badge.

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