Bracket Challenge: ISL Logos – 2020 Edition

Did the cancellation of March Madness leave you with a bracket-shaped hole in your life? Then have we got something for you.

We’re bringing back a popular series from last year – a reader poll bracket for the best ISL team logo.

For the 8 returning franchises, this is a rematch of last year’s bracket challenge, albeit with a few twists. Iron has a brand-new logo in a year-two rebrand. For the others, the distinction between primary and secondary logos are more clear, and we’ve got standardized logo shapes via the ISL website.

This year’s bracket also mixes in two brand-new franchises. To create a working, 10-team bracket, we’ve seeded the returning logos based on their finishes in last year’s bracket challenge. The bottom two finishers (Energy Standard and the Aqua Centurions) will face the two new logos in what are effectively “play-in” matches in the opening round.

Leave your analysis of the logos and matchups in the comments section, and if it’s clever enough, you just might see it in our next-round story.

All Ten Logos For 2020

 

The Bracket

 

Round 1 – Play-Ins

Energy Standard vs Tokyo Frog Kings

Which ISL team has the better logo? (Play-Ins)

  • Tokyo Frog Kings (82%)
  • Energy Standard (18%)
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Aqua Centurions vs Toronto Titans

Which ISL team has the better logo? (Play-Ins)

  • Aqua Centurions (62%)
  • Toronto Titans (38%)
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IU Swammer
1 month ago

This is what I need right now.

Last edited 1 month ago by IU Swammer
Ben Dornan
1 month ago

Unyielding support for my fellow Canadians!!! I vote for TT against ENS.

Ben Dornan
Reply to  Ben Dornan
1 month ago

And in the spirit of supporting newcomers, I throw my support behind the Frog Kings!

Ben Dornan
Reply to  Ben Dornan
1 month ago

Oops I mean Centurions, not ENS

Olympian
1 month ago

Tokyo for the W! Go home titans, you’re drunk!

Olympian
Reply to  Olympian
1 month ago

Energy Standard “PARIS”???

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