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Club Nacional de Football (Uruguay)

Last modified: 2004-12-28 by francisco gregoric
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[Club Nacional de Football flag]
by Francisco Gregoric, 14 Feb 2004
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About the flag

A blue flag with a white band from LH to UF inscribed with the club's initials in red. Source: Club statute.
Joe McMillan, 11 May 2002

They chose the colors of Artigas' Flag (blue, white and red) for the club's clothing, the emblem, and the flag. That is why the team is known as "tricolor". The flag is blue with a white diagonal, and the acronym of the club's name in red letters. The inspiration for this flag came from the Artigas' Flag. Club Nacional de Football's flag was adopted in 1900. This is the official club's flag. Source: Club homepage.
Francisco Gregoric, 14 Feb 2004

About the club

Club Nacional de Footbal, Montevideo, Uruguay, is a very important team in Latin America, World champion in 3 times, Latin American cup champion in 3 times, and local league champion in 42. More information: and
Diego Díaz, 16 Dec 2003

The Club Nacional de Football (Football National Club) was founded in May 14th 1899. It was born from the union of two previous teams: Uruguay Atletica Club and Montevideo Football Club. The team played its first game in June 18th 1899. Source: Club homepage.

The Club Nacional de Football or simply Nacional as it is called, is one of the two biggest football soccer teams from Uruguay. The other team is Peñarol. Both teams are big rivals. And the most famous football soccer game in Uruguay is Nacional Vs. Peñarol.
Francisco Gregoric, 14 Feb 2004

Flag with different font

[Club Nacional de Football flag with different font]
by Jose C. Alegria Diaz, 16 Mar 2003.

There are several font variants of the Club Nacional de Football's flag.
Francisco Gregoric, 21 Jun 2004