The Capitales of Quebec and the Aigles of Trois-Rivières today unveiled their identity for the 2021 season. It is under the name of Équipe Québec that this team will play in the Frontier League and will return to the country, if the situation allows it, on July 23 to play matches at the Stade Canac in Quebec and at the Stade Quillorama in Trois-Rivières.
The two organizations have joined forces over the past week to prepare a visual identity that will appeal to fans. In the center of the shirt is the main logo of the team, made up of the name Équipe Quebec in cursive letters, and a fleur de lys which refers to the fleurdelisé just like the royal blue and the white that can be found on the jersey.
On the back of the jersey are the number and logos of Chaussures Pop and Vertdure, two major partners who make this adventure possible. Also, the logos of the cities of Quebec and Trois- Rivières secondary logo (ÉQ) was also created. It appears in particular on the cap and various clothing of the players. In all cases, the use of acute accent is important. Despite the fact that Équipe Québec is joining a circuit made up entirely of American clubs, its name will not be changed in any way.
Remember that Équipe Québec’s training camp will begin on May 14 at the home of the Tri-City ValleyCats in Troy, New York. The season opener is scheduled for May 27 against the Gateway Grizzlies. Équipe Québec will visit all 13 of the Frontier League’s United States ballparks during the 2021 season.