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  1. Real Club Nacional de Football In the summer of 1899, in one of the most famous meeting places in Madrid, a group of young people decided to create a club that would give them the opportunity to play the sport that was becoming more and more popular in Spain, the Football. The first obstacle to overcome, however, was the choice of the name, there were many options to choose from such as Sky Foot-ball Club, New Foot-Ball Club and the most suggested, that is Nacional. The choice obviously fell on Nacional and so on 12 July 1899 the Club Nacional de Football was officially born. The peculiarity of this name is the union of English and Spanish which has given life to a unique and easily recognizable name. In the first years of its life the club participated both in matches all over the country against the teams that were born in those years and in the newly born national cup. The first years were not easy for the Madrid club but everything changed with the advent of the Primera Division Nacional. The club was one of the founding members as well as the first absolute champion. After the victory of the first championship in Spain, the club assumed its current name with the addition of the name Real, forming what we know today as Real Club Nacional de Football. The club as well as being one of the founding members is also one of the few to never be relegated. Over the course of its history, the Real Club Nacional has won 24 league titles and various time the national cup, the first precisely in 1933. In Spain and in the world the club is a real institution, but despite the national titles there are so many this cannot be said regarding the continental titles.. At a European level, the club is known more for its lost than for its finals won. Despite this, the club has a large following not only in Spain but also worldwide, making it one of the most important clubs in the world. One of the biggest rivalries of the Madrid club is the one with the ******** of Barcelona which is known as "El Clàsico", which is considered one of the most important derbies in the world and in addition to this the other great rivalry is the one with the fellow citizens of Independiente with whom they play the "Derbi Madrileño", that is a very heartfelt game and, at the same time, with a high risk of clashes. The Real Club Nacional logo has undergone few changes in its history, at least until 2017, when the club dared and decided to completely overturn the concept of the football team logo. Especially considering the importance of the club and the brand all over the world. In line with a new concept of modernity and a true global brand, the club has gone from its old historic logo consisting of a circle containing the transversal band, the CN monogram, all surmounted by the crown, to what is now considered one of the most recognized logos in the world. In the current logo, everything has been reduced to a minimum. The N is made up of vertical stripes and the transverse band, all surmounted by the crown. Obviously this change was accepted with difficulty by a good part of the supporters. Since its inception, the Madrid club has adopted white and blue shirts. At first only the sleeves were white while the whole shirt was blue. Stripes appeared in 1912 along with the transition from blue shorts to white shorts. This composition, however, has undergone some variations over the years, both as regards the number of stripes on the shirt, they were 2, 4, 5 or many and thin, and the color of the socks. Nike has been dressing the club since the 2010 season, while Digitalbits appears on the shirts from this season.
  2. Thank you so much! I appreciate mate! Really really thanks! as far as the r is concerned, I completely agree with you which is more reminiscent of a K. I fstto another version with an additional line but it didn't convince me too much. I wanted to keep as few lines as possible so as not to weigh down the logo. As soon as I can post it here in the messages
  3. Real Granada Club de Fútbol In September 1934, in the southern Spanish city of Granada, a group of friends decided to found a club that would play the ever-growing game of football. In the Andalusian city, football was practiced sporadically and the increasing pressure of neighboring cities, such as Malaga and Sevilla. where football had taken root, he made it clear that a club was needed to represent the city. Thus was born the Granada Fútbol Club. In 1942 the club was recognized as Real after the king granted the club's request to represent the crown. The name of the club became what we know today, Real Granada Club de Fútbol. The first years the club spent in the lower leagues arriving in Iberaliga only after the war, exactly in the 1952 season. The club has always experienced ups and downs never managing to stabilize permanently in the top division. Ups and downs that led the club into the abyss, even managing to sink to the fifth division in the 1984 season. Thanks to the commitment of the entire community, the club was able to slowly recover until reaching the second division in the 1999 season. 2005 came back to Iberaliga, a return expected 30 years. Since then the club has been up and down between first and second divisions. Today the club is in its 3 consecutive year in Iberaliga, but the competition for not relegation is getting stronger. The Real Granada crest is very simple and recognizable. Inside a shield, surmounted by the royal crown, there is a monogram depicting the letters R and G. In the lower part is represented the pomegranate, symbol of the Andalusian city. The coat of arms has undergone few changes throughout its history, keeping roughly the same lines. Since its inception, Real Granada is represented by 2 very strong and distinguishable colors, namely red and green. The choice of these two colors is not random but rather represent the colors of the city. The choice was unanimous among the founding members. Kappa has been sponsoring the club since 2015, however, as regards commercial sponsorship, the partnership with Cerveza Alhambra is one of the longest-running in the history of Spanish football, exactly 21 years.
  4. Oooo i just realized yet! You are one of the reason that bring me to opened this thread 5 years ago. Thank you so much for your words, i really apreciate it
  5. I can only thank you for your words, these comments always make me excited and make me understand that what I do is appreciated. I hope you can continue to follow me because I still have a lot to show. So are you creating your own parallel universe? I'm curious about that. Thanks you so much mate!!! Yes, It was the only hesitation about it, I'll show you how it would come. I chose not to put any outline to the numbers as Sampdoria usually does. Thank you so much!! Keep follow me!
  6. Yeah, I think the club is a status for the Antifa movement. When I start creating the various clubs, I always try to create solid and unique identities. When I started working on the 2 Madrid teams that I included in my Iberaliga, I immediately thought of characterizing them in a completely opposite way, starting from the name up to the true identity of the club. I drew inspiration from clubs like St. Pauli for extra football culture.
  7. Unión Deportiva Valencia Union Deportiva Valencia was officially born on April 15, 1911 in a famous café in the city at the behest of Baron Octavio Alvaro Diaz who wanted to practice the sport that was now beginning to dominate the national scene. The first president of the club was not the baron but his cousin Esteban Fernandez Cruz, this is because the two made a bet that the baron lost and as a reward there was the position of first president in the history of the club. The club began to compete in various regional cups until the birth of the Primera Division Nacional in 1919 where the club was one of the participants. The club's first major title came in 1932 with the conquest of the national cup. Immediately after the cup victory the club relegated to the second division where they remained until the 1943 season. After the war the club was one of the strongest, with players who were consistently in the national team, and this led to the championship victory in 1949. After the victory of the championship the club went back a bit to anonymity until the victory of the first edition of the second continental cup and of the second championship in 1961. In 1966 the club faced its worst and most difficult period, culminating in the relegation to the third division in 1969. At that time the club was taken over for a few pesetas by the great-grandson of Baron Diaz. The club returned to the first division within a few years and in 1974 won its third championship. The fourth championship came in 1979 followed by the fifth in 1987. The sixth and seventh national titles arrived respectively in 1996 and 2004. The club in addition to the 7 championships and several national cups has also won several European titles. The Valencian club is certainly among the great teams in Spain with a good following of fans also internationally. Today the club is fighting for European cup qualification but has not yet managed to return to winning the national title. The club's crest has undergone several changes throughout its history. The first logo depicted the heraldic coat of arms of the city and a first logo that implemented the bat was seen in 1925. The current style of the logo appeared in 1982 and from there it underwent several improvements up to the final and current solution in 2006. The Valencia shirt is by far one of the most iconic in the world. Since its inception, the club opted for this particular combination, in fact the completely blue shirt is wrapped in a horizontal band formed by two yellow and one red lines deriving from the flag of the region and the city. Over the years only the shorts have changed color from white to blue. Today the club is sponsored by Nike and no sponsor appears on the front of the shirt, leaving it immaculate and highlighting the famous horizontal band. Better than a sponsor.
  8. Thank you so much!!! I'm glad that you like it. I want to keep a simple style like Atletico.
  9. Independiente Fútbol Club The Independiente Fútbol Club was founded on 22 June 1904 by 4 students from one of the most renowned and important universities in the city of Madrid. 2 of these guys came from San Sebastian, in the Basque Country. The club was founded primarily to battle the city's first club, ************, which had sprung up a few years earlier. Right from the start the club broke down for its political battles which supported all the revolutionary identities of the country. The club was starting to have good results and above all it was starting to get knowed around the country. The first major success occurred in the national cup where the Madrid club managed to win the 1908 national cup, 4 years after its birth. The cup victory is repeated on other occasions, until the beginning of the Primera División Nacional in 1919. The club was one of the founders but failed to establish itself, also managing to relegate in the second half of the 30s, but managing to return immediately to First division a few years later and hasn't been relegated since. The first national title came only in the 1953 season, when he managed to dominate the championship. After that championship, the Independiente managed to win the championship in each decade respectively in 1964, 1977, 1984 and 1997. This is in fact the last champion conquered by the Rojinegros, who since then are still waiting to return to crown national champions. The club has also had some international success and to date is one of the teams with the highest number of participations in continental competitions. The club obviously boasts a fiery rivalry with the other city club, and the meetings between these two clubs give life to Derbi Madrileño, one of the most fiery matches in the world. The fans of the club are recognized everywhere as one of the most passionate and above all they are strongly identified with their support of left-wing politics. The Independiente crest is recognized all over the world, especially for its simplicity and has changed little over the course of its history. Inside a shield there is the bear with the tree (El oso y el madroño) symbol of the city surrounded by the stars, also present in the city flag. The Independiente jersey is one of the most famous in the world. The half division, red and black, appeared for the first time after the victory in the national cup, in fact the club's first uniform was completely white. Since that day the club always wears the famous half shirt. Adidas has been dressing the club since 2014, while as regards the commercial sponsor, the Qatar Airways airline has sponsored the club since 2019.
  10. Really Thanks!!! Thanks, thanks and thanks!! Yes, I want to do something that integrate the basque but not using the Red, Green and White.
  11. Thank you so much!! It wasn't very easy to create a new identity for Bilbao. the image of Athletic is very strong and powerful in the collective imagination, I have not tried to distort the concept of the team linked to the city and the Basque people, in fact the choice of Red and White in honor of the city colors is proof of this . Thank you so much!!I really appreciate it, and I'm happy that many people like my work. Keep following me as I am adding more and more ideas to my "Alternative Football Universe"
  12. Bilbao Football Club Football was introduced to Bilbao by two distinct groups with British connections: British workers and Basque students returning from schools in Britain. In the late 19th century, Bilbao was a leading industrial town and attracted many migrant workers, including miners from the north-east of England and shipyard workers from the south of England. They brought with them the game of football and came together to form Bilbao Foot-ball Club. Meanwhile, sons of the Basque educated classes, like Juan Azkuenaga, went to Britain to complete their studies, developed an interest in football and on their return began to arrange games with British workers. In 1896, Juan Azkuenaga, Luis Azkuenaga and other students founded the Bilbao Football Club, using the English spelling. The club began playing matches around the country, and when the birth of the first competition came, they signed up without thinking about it. The debut was one of the best, in fact the biscay club was the first club to win the national cup. Since then, the club's history has been studded with many successes and excellent placements. It was one of the founding teams of Iberaliga, winning it for the first time in 1926, then successes followed in 1930 and 1932. Another championship was won in 1945 followed by another in 1951. In the mid-70s a period of splendor began. even at an international level, in fact, with the victory of the championship in 1975, the club was admitted to the maximum continental competition, winning it immediately with an incredible ride with 0 defeats. Since then the club began a slight decline but managed to bring several national cups to the palmares. Bilbao FC are one of the few teams to never be relegated and also have a very strict player policy, in fact very few non-Basques have worn the Zurigorriak shirt. In fact, the club's cantera is one of the most prosperous and avant-garde in the world, managing to churn out high-level players every year. The history of the Bilbao FC shield is a bit troubled and complex. The club's first logo featured a blue and white flag wrapping around a ball. With the change of colors from blue to red and white also changed the crest which was simply the flag of the city of Bilbao which was in fact white with a red dial in the upper left corner. The logo remained unchanged, with minor improvements, until the year 2015 when the club decided to completely overturn the logo by embracing a new modern line, which represent the city and the club itself. The first game uniform of the club was completely blue as the first colors of the club were blue, instead the characteristic red of the club made its appearance in 1900 4 years after the birth of the club. Red jersey, white shorts and red socks have accompanied the club since that year, gradually becoming recognized and associated with the club internationally. Umbro has been dressing the club since 2015, while the partnership with BBVA is one of the longest in history, which began in 1997.
  13. Real Club Deportivo Español de Valladolid The Real Club Deportivo Español de Valladolid or commonly RCD Español was officially born in 1924 as Sociedad Española de Football. The club was born at the behest of the Gamez brothers, who had seen playing several football matches when they were on vacation in southern Spain. They founded the club with the aim of one day being able to compete in the newly created national championship. In 1930 the club obtained the title of club Real from Alfonso XIII who had attended a match of the team for their spirit and their strength. In 1937 the club obtained entry into the then Primera Division Nacional for the first time in its history, but came last and relegated to the second division. The club was unable to return to the top division until the 1950 season, when it won the second division championship and was promoted. He remained in Iberaliga for 13 consecutive years, relegating in 1964. During this period the club began a dark period culminating in relegation to the third division. The club at that time was taken over by a wealthy local entrepreneur who calmly and steadily managed to bring the club back to Iberaliga in the 1983 season. Since then the club has gone up and down on several occasions making a good impression especially in the national cup reaching in two chances the final without being able to bring home the trophy. Today the club returned to Iberaliga from the 2016 season and has managed to save itself ever since. The crest of the Español has undergone few changes in the course of its history, keeping virtually unchanged the elements that compose it. On a circular shield, a motif is placed that is a union between the colors of the club and the coat of arms of the city, that is red lines that intertwine first with white and then yellow lines. The name of the club encompasses all of this and above it all is placed the royal crown. The club's colors have always been Red and White, and since it's inception the club wear the exact striped shirt we still know today but with white shorts. Initially black was not included, in fact black shorts were only added in 1934. Since then the uniform has remained the same. Macron has been dressing the club since 2018, while the betting site Marathon Bet has been featured on the Castilian club's jerseys from this season.
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