Washington will reveal a new name and identity on February 2

The team made the announcement through a video on social networks where the greatest characters in the history of the organization are recognized

The Washington Football Team reported that next February 2 will be when the new logo and image of the team will be unveiled.

After two seasons with the franchise using the current name, one that was temporarily chosen – but has been considered to remain the final name – the franchise owned by Dan snyder you will finally know your new identity.

Washington He made the announcement using a video on social networks, where he pays tribute to some of the greatest characters who have passed through the ranks of the organization, including some current players.

The team began competing in the NFL with the name of Boston Braves in 1932, although that name only lasted one season. Beginning in 1933, they employed the Boston Redskins, and after moving to the United States capital in 1937, Washington Redskins. In 2020 they left behind the old racist and discriminatory name against indigenous groups in the United States to adopt Washington Football Team, although Snyder he had stated multiple times in the past that he would never change the name of his team.

In recent times, the franchise has been embroiled in all kinds of controversies, from accusations of a toxic, discriminatory and harassing work culture, to disputes between minority partners with Snyder, until the most recent episode, where a railing collapsed last Sunday at the conclusion of their match against the Philadelphia Eagles. Contrary to what the team reported, fans who fell to field level in the incident denied that the team had offered medical assistance.

Washington It was the last team to add African-American players to its squad, in 1962.

Washington He made the postseason thanks to winning a divisional title in 2020 under his new name, although he did so with a losing record of 7-9. In the current campaign, the club is mathematically eliminated from the playoffs with a 6-10 record, ranking third in its sector.