New York Knicks Logos History

The New York Knicks was established in 1946 as part of the newly founded Basketball Association of America, which eventually became the NBA. The “Knickerbocker” name comes from the pseudonym used by Washington Irving in his book A History of New York. This term refers to such trousers as crop trousers or pantaloons tucked beneath the knee as it was an integral part of the image of New World’s settlers. The current logo uses blue and orange color scheme, which was used by the club for most of the history. Orange, blue, and white are the official colors of New York City.

Team Logos

New York Knicks Wordmark
New York Knicks Transparent Team Logo
New York Knicks
New York Knicks 1995-2011
New York Knicks 1992-1995
New York Knicks 1989-1992
New York Knicks 1983-1989
New York Knicks 1979-1983
New York Knicks 1964-1979
New York Knicks 1946-1964