Washington Football Team Name Change Rumors: Potential Names Revealed for WFT's Name Change in 2022
The Washington Football Team was one of the surprising stories across the 2020 NFL season with their impressive NFC East title. While the WFT did finish just 7-9, this was enough for the franchise's first division title and playoff appearance since 2015.
The 2020 NFL season was monumental in Washington, D.C., for another reason: the official re-naming of the franchise. Washington ditched their former team name, the Redskins, for socially conscious reasons and operated as the Washington Football Team.
Possible Washington Football Team Names
Just last week, the team announced it will hold onto the WFT name for the 2021 season but a new name and logo will be revealed in early 2022.
Washington Football Team New Name List
According to reports, the Washington Football Team sent out a survey to season ticket holders with some ideas for the new name. The full list of potential new names is listed below.
First City Football Club (FCFC)
Washington DC Football Club (DCFC)
Washington Capital City Football Club (CCFC)
Washington Football Team New Name
The Washington Football Team will announce its new team name in early 2022.
Washington Football Team Name
New team president Jason Wright recently told The Washington Post that "the new name and logo will be revealed in early 2022 and will retain the traditional burgundy and gold colors that are entrenched in the team's history."
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