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Who has the best club badge? Looking for more unusual or quirky ones.
Would you like to see your club change their badge? If so to what? Or suggest a change for another club. Couple of the top of my head. Looking more for content rather than how it looks.

Roma. May not be as clean looking as the old wolf head previously but the content puts it up there. Classical characters sucking on a she-wolf teats.



Sampdoria. Old codger sailor sucking on a pipe.



Ajax. Looks like something from etch-a-sketch but can't argue about the content.



Atalanta. Again nothing special about the look of it but the content again. How many club badges have women on them?



Olympiakos.

Greek god. Can't argue.

 

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I like Inters and AC's.
 

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No they are boring Cruyff. ;) Might be classical in design but they are just lettering. Well one has some stripes on as well. Don't cut the mustard.
 

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Here's one with the right intentions but isn't quite there. Nice idea with the eiffel tower and all but sums up the club. Manufactured and lacking real class. Different though.

 

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The Bat:
Valencia and the Balearic Islands were conquered by King James I of Aragon during the first half of the 13th century. After the conquest the king gave them the status of independent kingdoms of whom he was also the king (but they were independent of Catalan or Aragonese laws and institutions). The arms of Valencia show those of James I, as Count of Barcelona and king of Aragon.

The unique crowned letters L besides the shield were granted by King Jaume. The reason for the letters was that the city had been loyal twice to the King, hence twice a letter L and a crown for the king.

There are several possible explanations for the bat and the subsequent nicknaming of Valencia as "Los Che"; one is that bats are simply quite common in the area. The second theory is that on October 9, 1238, when James I was about to enter the city, re-conquering it from the Moors, one bat landed on the top of his flag, and he interpreted it as a good sign. As he conquered the city, the bat was added to the arms.
 

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Wisla's is really ugly.

Are Levante and Valencia rivals?
 

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This is our old logo, looks much better than that new pen stripe thing imo.
Who are the people living in his hat?

Is that a chick behind centaur dude? I think I see what appears to be the shape of boobies...
 

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