Belleville Bulls - Uniforms and Logos

Uniforms and Logos

1999 to present:
  • Uniform Colours: Black, Red, Gold, White
  • Logo Design: An angry bull with a hockey stick
1982 to 1998:
  • Uniform Colours: Black, Red, Gold, White
  • Logo Design: A standing red and orange bull

Bulls Uniforms

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