Connecticut Wolves S.C.
The final crest (logo) of Connecticut Wolves SC was introduced during January 2002 following a decision to change the team colours from red, white and blue to royal blue, black and silver.
Designed by the club's General Manager, Eddie Davidson (who at the time made use of the FootbalCrests.com website for ideas) the crest is dominated by an outline of the state of Connecticut, representing club's home region.
Within the state outline, a wolf's head is displayed. This marks the club name of 'Wolves'.
The crest is completed using a 'colonial' script (font) to enhance the club's image and shows the club name, its date of establishment, the words 'Pro Soccer' (showing that the club played in the professional leagues) and a football (representing the sport played).
Connecticut Wolves SC left the USL Professional League set-up at the end of the 2002 season.
Thanks to Eddie Davidson, General Manager (2002) at Connecticut Wolves SC, for the above crest and information.
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