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Do the Sixers still use the blue roundel logo as their official primary? I only ever see the 76 with the stars. Like on their website and shorts. Either way, it should be showing on the site as part of their current logo set, even as an alternate shouldn’t it?

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New Division I schools:

 

Lindenwood Lions (since 1827)

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Southern Indiana Screaming Eagles (since 1965)

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Texas A&M-Commerce Lions (since 1889-known as East Texas State Lions until 1996)

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On 1/19/2022 at 10:32 PM, Korkie said:

Do the Sixers still use the blue roundel logo as their official primary? I only ever see the 76 with the stars. Like on their website and shorts. Either way, it should be showing on the site as part of their current logo set, even as an alternate shouldn’t it?

 

It's still their "Global Mark":

 

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10 minutes ago, GriffinM6 said:

The entire English Premier League is missing from the site. 

 

From the forum FAQs:

 

On 9/1/2015 at 11:02 AM, LMU said:

20. Why are there no Premier League logos on SportsLogos.net?

  • To make a long story short, the site was threatened with legal action by the Premier League several years ago. Their logos have not been on the site since. 

 

 

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Assorted former MiLB logos

 

Clearwater Phillies, Florida State League, (1985-2003)

(Present day Clearwater Threshers)

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Idaho Falls Padres, Pioneer League, (2000-2003)

(Present day Idaho Falls Chukars)

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Provo Angels, Pioneer League, (2001-2004)

(Present day Northern Colorado Owlz)

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The Federal Hockey League (FHL) has been renamed the  Federal Prospects Hockey League (FPHL) for a few years now, and the teams in the league need to be updated. A correct list of teams for the 2022-23 season can be found at federalhockey.com

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The USports (formally knowned by CIS) Canadian Universities. In the RSEQ League the McGill Redmen became the McGill Redbirds for mens sport and the McGill Martlets for womens sports the traditionnal M logo stays but they also had this logo. File:Martlet.svg - Wikimedia Commons

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On 1/19/2022 at 10:32 PM, Korkie said:

Do the Sixers still use the blue roundel logo as their official primary? I only ever see the 76 with the stars. Like on their website and shorts. Either way, it should be showing on the site as part of their current logo set, even as an alternate shouldn’t it?

They still use the roundel

The logo with just the “76” is an alternate that is used a lot because it is more simpler and easier for merch

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There are a couple of things needed to update on the USL page. Here are the ones I can remember:

 

Vancouver Whitecaps 2 folded in 2017

Bethlehem Steel folded in 2020

Austin Aztex left in 2016

Portland Timbers 2 folded in 2021

Philadelphia Union folded in 2021

Toronto FC 2 folded in 2018

Miami FC Joined in 2020

Oakland Roots joined in 2021

New Mexico United joined in 2021

 

Thats all I can remember right now but it needs updating

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