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  1. Club Atlético Iruña In 1926 in the city of Pamplona the Club Atlético Iruña was officially founded at the behest of a group of young people who fell in love with this sport. The choice of the name fell on the Basque name of the city of Pamplona, or rather Iruña. The team was enrolled in the then third division championship. It remained in the lower categories until his debut in the Iberaliga in the 1946/47 season. After a few seasons in the first division the club relegated and remained in the second division until 1965 when they managed to return to the top flight. Since then the club has experienced ups and downs going from the first to the second division. In the second half of the 80s the club experienced its heyday with the conquest of 2 national cups exactly in 1986 and 1988. Even in the league the club achieved great results such as third place in 1987. What seemed like a glorious start it turned out to be just a small step in the almost centennial history of the Navarre club. In 2000 the club relegated to the second division and remained there until the 2012 season when they finally managed to return to iberaliga. Since then he has always managed to stay in the top flight by fighting every year not to relegate. The first club crest featured the lion, present on the city crest, inside a shield surmounted by the crown. The first real change took place in 1975 with the transition to the circular shape and the consequent addition of the name of the club and the city dated 1995. In 2012 with the return to Iberaliga, the current logo was introduced. The crown on the emblem derives from the city herald and not from the granting of the Real title as happens for many Spanish teams. Since its inception the club has worn the colors green and white, hence the nickname of the players or rather Berdezurriak. The first kit was half white and half green and the stripes were introduced for the first time in the 1935 season. Since then the stripes have not abounded in the Pamplona club. The Basque sports company Astore has been dressing the club since 2009, while Acunsa appears on the Lehoiak shirts from the 2017 season.
  2. Thanks!!!For the Iberaliga logo I tried to give a unique image that best represents Spain, inserting 17 rays, one for each region. For the Breogan I wanted to give visibility to the elements of the city coat of arms and of the city itself. Keep follow bro! Thank you so much!! I wanted to give the club an iconic jersey and represent the Galician flag I thought it was a good idea. Thank you so much, all of this makes me proud of what I do! I wanted to find an iconic name that represents the city well. Behind every team there is in-depth research that is making me learn a lot too. Thanks!!! As you well know as a Spaniard, Spain is not just Spain. Each region is a story in itself. it is my goal to make each team unique and connected to the city or region they belong to.
  3. Fantastic work mate! I really like the Beverly Hills logo, smart way to use the road signal! Keep it up!
  4. Breogán Football Club In 1901 Fran Josè Amaro, a student who returned home after a study stay in England, introduced football to the city of A Coruña. The game quickly gained popularity and various amateur teams were formed. Among these, the Breogán Football Club was founded by Amaro himself. The chosen name derives from Breogán who was a mythical Celtic ruler from Galicia, of which he would have been the founder. According to the Lebor Gabála Érenn, he founded the city of Brigantium (A Coruña), which, according to a para-etymology, was named after him, and built a gigantic tower there, identified with the Torre de Hércules. This name was chosen to pay homage to the Celtic origin of the Galician people. Breogán FC are certainly one of the most famous teams in Spain, but despite this they do not have a winning history. Has managed to win the national cup on several occasion but it has never managed to win the national title, finishing in second position on several occasions. While in Europe it is one of the few European teams to have won an official continental competition without ever having won the national title. He spent most of his history in Iberaliga, knowing the shame of relegation only in a few occasions between the 70s and 80s. The club can be considered an "almost" great in Spanish football where many great players have played but have never managed to impose itself on the other teams. Today the club is constantly fighting for a place in Europe but has not yet reached a level to compete for the championship win. The Breogán FC crest has kept its style intact over the years, since its creation in 1905. The current one was redesigned in 2008, when the lines and elements that compose it were lightened and simplified. The crest features the blue transverse band inside, symbol of Galicia and of the club itself. In the center stands the Torre de Hércules, the undisputed symbol of the city of A Coruña. In the lower part the skull and bones and the shell, la Concha, present in the coat of arms of the city. The historic BFC monogram completes the whole logo. The Breogán shirt are well known internationally in the football scene. The blue band that crosses the chest has been present on the Galician club's shirts since its inception. It derives from the flag of Galicia and was chosen as a distinctive sign of pride. The shirt for Breogan fans, more than any other club on the planet, is sacred. It remained immaculate for over a century, until in the early 2000s the lack of liners led the club to choose to "dirty" the jersey with sponsor. New Balance has been the club's technical sponsor since 2014, while the Abanca bank has appeared on the shirts since 2016.
  5. Thanks!! I appreciate a lot that you like my work! Thanks!! I try different color scheme for the sponsor, but in my opinion the best solution is this one.
  6. First of all thank you very much. I am very happy that you follow me and appreciate my work!!! We are fortunate to have a great variety of logos and styles and it is right to best represent each of them.Each continent, every nation has its own specific style. I have been following football for my entire life, and I think I have a vast knowledge about it and when I don't know something I get informed, I read as much as possible, I look for historical material, all this in order to better express what I have in my head. What do you think of this new presentation? Kits? Let me know! I really hope that you continue to follow me. Thank you again!
  7. Real Club Recreativo de Alicante The Real Club Recreativo de Alicante was officially born in June 1921 from the will of Carlos Pastor McArthur, nicknamed "El Ingles". McArthur was a young entrepreneur of English descent and wanted to create his personal team in the wake of all the clubs that were born in the Iberian Peninsula. The name chosen was Club Recreativo and blue and white were chosen as colors, which are the same of the city of Alicante. Recreativo is one of several Spanish football clubs granted patronage by the Spanish Crown and thus entitled to use Real in their names and the royal crown on their badge. This right was granted to Recreativo in 1925 by Alfonso XIII and the club subsequently became known as the Real Club Recreativo. In the course of its history the club has not had many successes and has spent much of its history in the lower leagues. The change came at the end of the 60s, when the club achieved notoriety, first returning to the top division after an absence of 30 years and then with the conquest of the national cup in 1969. The following years have been a continuous ups and downs between first and second division. In 2000 the club, due to a financial crisis, collapsed into the fourth division. Thanks to the contribution of local investors the club was brilliantly put back on its feet and the project ended with the achievement of Iberaliga in 2014. Since then the club has managed to maintain its place in the league. The Recreativo logo is shaped by a triangle inside which there is the city symbol of the castle on the rock beaten by the sea. Everything is surrounded by a red band with the full name of the club inside. The royal crown hangs over the entire logo.The emblem of the Recreativo de Alicante has not undergone many changes in the course of its history, other than modernizations that have not changed the base of the emblem born in 1922. It was designed by McArthur himself. The most significant change was the addition of the royal crown in 1925. Since its inception, the Recreativo has worn blue and white. The first uniform was striped and the pants and socks were black. The choice of a single white vertical stripe was definitively introduced in 1934, and with it the shorts of the same blue were introduced. The socks, on the other hand, have changed color over the years, passing from white to blue and vice versa. Since 2016 the technical sponsor has been Joma, while the shipping company Balearia has been present on the Los Blanquiazules shirts since 2014.
  8. Yes, I make something outside Europe, US for first Thank you so much!!! Grazie mille!!! Ooo many thanks, I really appreciate this!!
  9. Thank you so much!!! Really really thanks! Coming soon the first club! as Brian in Boston has already answered, mine is a reference to the ancient name with which the Greeks and Romans referred to present-day Spain. The name Iberia is also used by the Spanish national airline, as there were several teams with this name. So no Portuguese club, it's a pure Spanish league. Thank you very much I appreciate it very much, I hope not to disappoint your expectations! If I have any doubts I will know where to ask then. And little spoiler, yes there is a club from Murcia. Exactly, thanks for explaining it
  10. I finally found some time to continue my project and as I announced to you some time ago, I have decided to raise the level of my work. We will enter in a new era...Are you ready? IBERALIGA The Iberaliga was officially born in 1919 when it was decided to set up a championship involving all the teams of the Kingdom of Spain. The first name was that of Primera Division Nacional which remained until 1980 when the current name was definitively chosen. Iberaliga is one of the most popular professional sports leagues in the world and one of the Big 5 of Europe. The competition format follows the usual double round-robin format. During the course of a season, which lasts from August to May, each club plays every other club twice, once at home and once away, for 38 matches. Teams receive three points for a win, one point for a draw, and no points for a loss. Teams are ranked by total points, with the highest-ranked club at the end of the season crowned champion.
  11. A really good job mate! You have improved some logos a lot, and I find the way you digitized them fantastic.
  12. good question. I've thought about this several times. And I already have new teams in mind for the leagues that I have already concluded. I will definitely be back to update many things, but for now I want to focus on Spain. It will come soon ...
  13. Thank you so much for follow me! Yes, it's the time to continue this project. I have so many ideas ... Keep following me! As for Corinthians, in reality it is fully inspired by the team that Corinthians of Sao Paulo was inspired by, namely Corinthian FC of London. Legendary team that has always refused the transition to professionalism. Today it is merged with the Casuals and form the Corinthian-Casuals FC. Mine is a total tribute to what I consider a magnificent story. I wanted to give my imprint on the logo by distorting the story but keeping the magnificent name unchanged except for the exception of the final s.