Throughout the club's long and successful history, we have always had a memorable logo. With cool new uniforms coming next season, and a variety of “Strikers” branded gear for sale this spring, it's time for our members to decide which logo they like the best! Will it be the classic, fearsome lion? The quaint, snowcapped Missoula mountains? Or the flashy and stylish “Strikers” of our current logo? Cast your vote below! The winning logo (tastefully updated) will appear on our new gear and uniforms.
Strikers' "Lion" logo – Club inception until mid-1990s
Back when teams traded patches and pins at competitive tournaments, Strikers' logo was known throughout Region IV for its imperial Sinhalese lion. Several versions of the lion popped up on Strikers uniforms from time to time, always in front of a soccer ball. Opposing players cowered in fear…(but always asked for a few extra lion patches to trade!)
Strikers' "Mountains" logo – Mid- to late-1990s
Representing Mount Jumbo and Mount Sentinel, as well as the Missoula "M," this logo also incorporated the original lion. Are those the golden arches? No; it's Hellgate Canyon on a logo that leaves no doubt who we are and where we are from!
Strikers' Current logo – The 21st century
For the past decade (and more?), Strikers has relied on the stylized script and simple layout of its current logo. Part graffiti, part London Underground symbol, this logo has also been used in a variety of formats, including 3-D, stand-alone text, and a soccer ball dotting the "i” in the middle.