Queensboro FC unveils colors, logo
by Noah Zimmerman
Oct 07, 2020 | 9724 views | 0 0 comments | 1025 1025 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Queensboro FC has announced their colors and branding ahead of the development of the USL club’s academy and 2022 debut season. Looking to further develop a connection with their home, the first professional soccer club in Queens is drawing upon the iconic infrastructure and colors of the borough.

QBFC’s new look features a stylized purple Q in the heart of the crest, with a crown modeled after the Queensboro Bridge, both in the purple of the 7 train logo that runs from Manhattan to Flushing.

The bold crest is another great look for a USL club, with the league consistently developing passionate local clubs with close connections to their communities.

“It has been a challenging year, especially for New Yorkers,” said QBFC co-founder Jonathan Krane. “Our club is dedicated to giving the Queens community something special to look forward to now. In more ways than sport, New York will come back, because we always play to win.”

With the club’s inaugural season delayed from 2021, there is plenty of time for Queensboro FC to build a home in Queens, assembling a team ripe with local and international talent for the borough to be proud of.

The impacts of the coronavirus pandemic have heavily impacted Queens, and with it countless leagues across the borough have been disrupted. As QBFC builds up its academy, it hopes to improve access and love of the beautiful game to bring together “the world’s borough” to create a home for soccer in Queens.

“We are making great progress every day on bringing this club to life,” said David Villa, who co-founded the club following his great career, which included a handful of years in New York City. “We have been approaching both the sporting side and business side with world-class vision and execution, and we look forward to announcing new developments in the coming months.”

Queensboro FC is off to a strong start, but there is plenty of work ahead as they continue planting their roots in the borough.
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