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Carolina Panthers (U.S.)

National Football League, NFC South

Last modified: 2020-08-01 by rick wyatt
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Carolina Panthers flag    
images by Zachary Harden, 27 July 2020



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Introduction: The Panthers Franchise

The Carolina Panthers play in the National Football League (NFL) as members of the National Football Conference (NFC) South division in Charlotte, North Carolina. They play their home games at Bank of America Stadium in uptown Charlotte. They are one of the few NFL teams to own their own stadium.
As of the 2016 season, the Panthers have reached the playoffs seven times, playing in four NFC Championship Games and two Super Bowls. They have won seven division titles, one in the NFC West (1995-2001) and six in the NFC South (2002-present).
Note: Be aware that there are a host of manufacturer's variants of these and other fan flags being marketed for "Panthers" fans. This includes garden flags, banners, and pennants.
Pete Loeser, 16 December 2016

At the Bank of America Stadium (it was first named Panthers or Carolina Stadium in the draft stages, then named Ericsson Stadium in 1996 when it opened, and it got its present name in 2004), the flags of both North and South Carolina are present. This is done intentionally because this was the first major franchise to represent both of the Carolinas (before the Hartford Whalers moved to Raleigh, NC and were renamed the Carolina Hurricanes) and because the Panthers used to play games at Frank Howard Field at Clemson Memorial Stadium (aka Death Valley) at Clemson University in South Carolina and the pre-season tryouts, known as camps, are held at Wofford College in Spartanburg, SC.
Zachary Harden, 5 February 2017


Official NFL Logo flags

Panthers Team logo Flags 1995-2011

  
images by Zachary Harden, 27 July 2020

This was the first logo used by the team. Awarded to Carolina when they began playing in 1995. The colors stayed the same, but the arrangement on the flags was more focused on the black than on the blue. The Panther head is more realistic than stylized.
Zachary Harden, 8 February 201

The Carolina Panthers unveiled their first logo in 1995 after joining the NFL. Since then, it was changed only once. The official mascot of the Carolina Panthers is Sir Purr, an anthropomorphized black panther. The logo is an image of a black panther's head in half-face with blue and white outlines, said to depicted the merged borders of North and South Carolina. The beast had flat ears, lowered eyebrows, and a wide-open mouth with sharp fangs symbolizing the team's readiness to win.
Pete Loeser, 27 July 2020


Commemorative Flags

National Football Conference Championship Flag 2003

   image from Pete Loeser, 26 July 2020

After making themselves the National Football Conference (NFC) Champions in 2003, the Panthers went on to make their first of two Super Bowl appearances. They lost a heartbreaker to the AFC champion New England Patriots by a last minute field goal 29-32 in Super Bowl XXXVIII (38) in 2003. In 2015, at Super Bowl L (50), the Panthers were once again the NFC champions, this time facing the Denver Broncos, but the hoped for first Super Bowl victory has remained elusive.
Pete Loeser, 26 July 2020


Panthers Breast Cancer Awareness Flags

1995-2011    2012-2017
images by Zachary Harden, 27 July 2020

In a October 2011 match, the cheer staff ran out on the field with a pink flag with the full color logo in the center. This was used as part of the league-wide approach to help the fight against breast cancer. When the new branding was introduced before the 2012 season, this flag was used again but with the new logo. This campaign was continued until the 2017 season when the focus was changed to other forms of cancers. However, I am not certain if a special flag is used for these home games or not.
Zachary Harden, 27 July 2020


Panthers Salute to Service Flag

  image by Zachary Harden, 27 July 2020

In a November 2013 home game, a special flag was introduced for the "Salute to Service" ceremonies. Each November, teams will honor those who are currently serving or previously served in the United States Armed Forces and will include various military displays, bands, color guards, etc. As home to various military bases in both Carolinas, the Panthers created this special flag which has the logo on a military digital pattern camouflage and it is carried by cheering staff to the field before the national anthem is played.
Zachary Harden, 27 July 2020


Fan Flags

Panthers Country Flag

   image from Pete Loeser, 16 December 2016

This "You're in Panthers Country" Flag is a design being sold for all NFL teams with suitable logos and team colors.
Pete Loeser, 16 December 2016


Carolina Panthers Man Cave Style Flags

   image from Pete Loeser, 16 December 2016

This popular Carolina Panthers fan flag is for the "Man Cave." They are being made for most NFL teams with same design, but different colors and logos.
Pete Loeser, 16 December 2016


Carolina Panthers Helmet Style Flags

image from Pete Loeser 16 December 2016/redrawn by Zachary Harden, 4 February 2017

This helmet-style flag done in team colors is being made for most NFL teams and has become very popular.
Pete Loeser, 16 December 2016

   
images from Zachary Harden, 8 February 2017

These are two old logo helmet style flags where the facemask faces towards the fly. The first image based on a desk flag. The second variant is has a different logo and color scheme than the first helmet image. Pete does mention there are several variants used, and honestly there are too many to count. However, this was not the first logo used by the team. Awarded to Carolina and they began playing in 1995, the logo used now is the third logo used by the team. I own a desk flag of the previous helmet design and logo, which can be seen at my personal Facebook. The colors stayed the same, but the arrangement on the flag was more focused on the black than on the blue. The Panther head is more realistic than stylized.
Zachary Harden, 8 February 201


Panthers Darth Vader Style Flag

image from Pete Loeser, 26 July 2016

This flag is a cross between a Panthers fan flag and Star Wars fan flag. A similar flag is being made for most NFL teams.
Pete Loeser, 16 December 2016


Panthers Allegiance Flag

images from Pete Loeser, 16 December 2016

This has become a popular design for fans of many of the NFL teams. It refers to the fans that have pledged their allegiance to their team.
Pete Loeser, 16 December 2016


House Divided Flag

image by Tomislav Todorovic, 26 July 2020

These House Divided flags are designed for families with divided loyalties between sport teams. They are available for many combinations of NFL teams and their fans. This apparently for a family with loyalties to both the New Orleans Saints and the Carolina Panthers.
Pete Loeser, 26 July 2020


Panthers "Keep Pounding" Flags

   
images by Pete Loeser, 26 July 2020 (old Logo variants)

   
used by the team at home matches; image by Zachary Harden, 27 July 2020

Some flag pattern are using the slogan "Keep Pounding", which is a slogan used by the team and their fanbase to show the ongoing fight to win and improve every day. This was derived from a speech from the late Sam Mills, who was a player and coach for the team until he lost his battle to cancer in 2005.
Zachary Harden, 5 February 2017


Carolina Panthers "Stars and Stripes" Flags

   
image by Pete Loeser, 26 July 2020

This fan flag is an interesting variant of the American national flag where in the canton the white stars of the national flag have a Panther logo superimposed on it, all on a black field instead of blue. Naturally the 13 red and white stripes in the fly have been replaced with in the colors of Panthers. The second example superimposes the Panther logo over the whole national flag
Pete Loeser, 26 July 2020



 
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