Because of its french and religious background. New Orleans has a french and religious background and the religious part goes well with a team called the Saints.
Yes. The logo is the official logo of the city of New Orleans.
The Fleur-de-lis is a stylized flower (translated from French as lily) and is the official logo of the city of New Orleans - the team adapted the logo to identify it with the city.
It's a Fluer de Lis, a French symbol common in Louisiana. I'm not sure what significance it has though.
It is called the Fleur-De-Lis.
Typically in any store that sells team logo's. EX: If you want a New Orleans Saints band, you should go to a store that sells New Orleans Saints t-shirts and collectibles
The New Orleans Saints apparel is very common in the NFL shop. You can buy anything from t-shirts to hats. You can even by the helmet with the New Orleans Saints logo on it! You can also buy jerseys in the NFL shop if you are a New Orleans Saints supporter!
The Fleur-De-Lis represents the French heritage present in New Orleans.
It is called a Fleur-De-Lis
The New Orleans Saints. Both the Boy Scouts and the Saints use the fleur de lis as their logo.
It's called a "fleur-de-lis," which is French for "flower of the lily." It has been a symbol of the French monarchy since the 12th century, and in America it is often used as a symbol for communities (like New Orleans) that were founded by the French.