Boca Juniors has had five crests throughout his history. The first one was adopted in 1922 and was used until1955. It showed a white background with the CABJ initials in yellow and blue and a horizontal stripe also yellow. The crest was then changed to dark blue with the yellow stripe in the middle and the initials in black to celebrate the Club’s 50 anniversary. Also a strand of laurels was added on each side of the badge.
All laurels dissappeared in the 60s, CABJ was replaced by Boca Juniors and a black border was added. In 1970 the Club recovered the ’55 model keeping the coloured border but introducing some changes: eliminated the laurels, brought back the four initials and introduced the stars, representing each of the 30 titles obtained up to that moment.
The last change in the Crest was developed by Shakespeare Design Studio during the last semester of 1996.
The yellow stripe was eliminated and CABJ initials were set
in College font which was adopted as the official font for