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Wichita Flyers

Wichita Flyers

The Wichita Flyers are a fictional football team that is part of the Ultimate Football League. The Flyers play in the Central Division of the Great East ConferenceThe rest of the UFL Project can be viewed here.

Wichita, Kansas is known as the “Air Capital of the World”, producing over 42% of the world’s general aviation fleet, thus a franchise named the “Wichita Flyers” is fitting. The city began as a trading post on the Chisholm Trail, but in the early 1900s, businessmen would establish aircraft manufacturers including (Beechcraft, Cessna, and Stearman Aircraft) that would soon bloom into a major hub, with more than a quarter million aircrafts built in Kansas since 1919.

The Flyers sport a kelly green and black color scheme with touches of dark laurel green in the sleeve stripes and trimmings and a marigold yellow used as a specialty. The primary “winged W” likens to both the aircraft industry and the Wichita city seal – the “W” is built in the same vertically-favored manner. The team wordmark and the rest of the custom typeface features angles in the letterforms that resemble the contour and aerodynamics of an aircraft.

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NOTE: The logos and designs used in this presentation are property of CJ Zilligen and MUST NOT be repurposed under any circumstance. Original player photos credit to NIKE.

View the rest of The UFL Project here