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Where did putting stars on football shields come from?

we talk to you Where did it come from to put stars on football shields?; a modality that is seen throughout the world to refer to the feats

Where did putting stars on football shields come from?


we talk to you Where did it come from to put stars on football shields?; a modality that is seen throughout the world to refer to the feats that each club has had throughout its history.

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emblems such as Boca Juniors that from 1996 to date has 70 stars all over the inside of his shield. The more titles they win they will have to make more space to place their awards.

How it began?

Thus, We tell you where it came from to put stars on football shields; a tradition that continues to be implemented throughout the world around the different clubs and is used to stamp the titles of each one.

This tradition of placing stars began in Italy with Juventus of Turin, the same as in 1958 he won ten Scudettos; the team wanted it to be recorded somewhere on their shield.

Juventus decided to place their gold star to start this tradition

In Italy other teams adopted this situation with clubs like AC Milan and Inter de Milan; while in Germany they have it established to award stars to the teams that have won 3, 5, 10 and 20 titles since the creation of the Bundesliga in 1963.

On the other hand, Spain, France and England have no rules in this regard and almost no team has stars on their shields, exceptions such as the Olympique de Marseille; after winning the Champions League 1993 a star was embroidered

In Latin America they move further away from the norms and everything remains as something symbolic; in Liga MX each team decides embroider stars on their shield, while others like Chivas and Cruz Azul have placed and disappeared these decorations of their emblems by changing the design.

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