For the first time since the club’s introduction in the NRL in 2007, the Gold Coast Titans have a new logo. The new look seeks to bring the team into the future and demonstrate the immense young talent they now have at their disposal.
The new logo is said to represent the steely determination of the playing group, coaches and staff and also to modernise the club that hasn’t had a rebrand for 14 years.
The change in logo coincides with Titans CEO Steve Mitchell launching the ‘Building Titans – 2030 Roadmap’ which outlines the club’s plan for sustained success in the decade to come.
Mitchell has said the strategic plan was about building a sense of pride from it’s supporters through success both on and off the rugby field.
“Our efforts will focus on on-field success, future NRL and NRLW player development…financial excellence, and ensuring every seat in Cbus Super Stadium has a Member’s name on it” Mitchell said in the 15-page document.
“Our goal is to bring Premierships home to the Coast.”
The plan was made public by the Titans to ensure the club’s Members and fans were clear on the goals of the club and they were an integral part of the process.
“By outlining a clear roadmap of what lies ahead, we hope to take you [the fans] on the journey and make you a part of our very exciting future” Mitchell further added.
The document was signed by Mitchel and Club Chairman Dennis Watt.
In a day of sweeping change for the Gold Coast, the club has also announced current sponsor MyPayNow would be promoted to Principal Partner from 2022 onwards and will feature on the front of Titans guernseys.