The GSH logo was printed on the Bears’ jersey to remember his remarkable performances in Football. Chicago Bears’ are incomplete without George S Halas.
Who was George S Halas?
George S Halas was a professional American Football Player and Coach. He named as “papa bear”. His full name is George Stanley Halas. He created a remarkable entry in football during his time. He was born on February 2, 1895, and died on October 31, 1983. Halas owned the team Bears’ until his death. He played a total of one hundred-four game during his time. He managed the team “Chicago bears’ ” as a Football coach during his time. He was the founder and owner of the NFL (National Football League). NFL awarded “George Halas trophy” and the “George S Halas Courage award” for his remarkable performances at the National Football Conference champion
The Team Chicago Bears’?
Chicago Bears is an American professional football team based in Chicago. It was established on 17 September 1920. George Halas was the owner of the team from 1932 to 1983. Chicago Bears are also known as “Da Bears” and “The monster of Midway”. First Their life started as Decatur Staleys. Now the team owner is Virginia Halas McCaskey. The team won eight NFL championships and one Super Bowl. The team played the Central Illinois championship(1919), NFL Championship, Super Bowl Championship(1985), NFL Western, NFC, and so on.
What does GSH stand for on the Bears jersey?
GSH stands for George S Halas. The GSH logo on the arm of Bears Jersey is a tribute to the legend of football. The GSH logo was Introduced on the Chicago Bears jerseys from the year 1985.
He was Owner, Player, and Coach of the team Chicago bears respectively. He was a football player on that team from the year 1920 to 1929. Then He was the coach of that team. He coached Mike Ditka. He was an American former football player, coach, and television commentator.
Team Chicago Bears’ is incomplete without George Halas. GHS Logo started after his death in 1983. The George Halas Trophy is given each year to NFL champions.