The legendary Bethlehem Steel FC team wore a variety of jerseys before its demise in 1930, the best known being the iconic navy blue jersey with the simple “B” logo most associated with the team (you can read about the evolution of the kits worn by the team by clicking here).
On the way to winning its second consecutive National Challenge Cup (known today as the U.S. Open Cup), and second American Cup, the team wore a royal blue jersey with a lesser known logo of overlapping letters to form “BSC” — for Bethlehem Steel Company — that’s reminiscent of baseball logos of the day.
Local designer Jesse Nunoy has recreated the “BSC” design so you can display your pride in our area’s rich soccer history with a t-shirt featuring this lesser known, but very cool, Bethlehem Steel FC crest. On the back of the shirt under the collar is screen printed the PSP logo.
Don’t forget to check out our BSC baseball hat!