Star (sport badge)

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FIGC first introduced the star as sporting symbol worldwide in 1958, being Juventus the first club to wear it.[1]

In sport, some national and club teams include one or more stars as part of (or beside) the team badge (often referred to as a "crest") appearing on their kits, often on the shirts, to represent important achievements for the team's history. Generally inspired in the heraldric symbol, since late 1950s, when it was introduced for the first time in association football, various national governing bodies at club level and some confederations have also regulated the practice, as well as some clubs itself decided ad hoc wear that symbol.

Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA), at an international level, was the first federation to has regulated the addition of stars to crests in recognition of a significant number of titles in a specific competition, such as league tournaments, confederations' continental championships, club world titles and the FIFA World Cup.[1] Due to the positive reception to have gained this symbol in the public opinion, subsequently it was introduced with the same significance in another disciplines, mostly in team sports, and also in e-sports.

Standardised significance[edit]

The first team in sports history to adopt a star was Juventus,[2] who added one golden star with five points in the team's shirt, after Italian Football Federation (FIGC) approval, in 1958 to represent their tenth Italian Football Championship and Serie A title, at the time, the new national record.[1] This was an extension of the existing convention by which the reigning champions are entitled to display the scudetto on their shirts for the following season. Inspired in the Stella d'oro al merito sportivo (Italian for 'Golden Stars for Sports Merit'), an honorary award given in Italy by CONI since 1933, the star was later formally adopted by the rest of the sporting organizations in the country as a symbol for ten titles, and the ratio of one star for ten titles has become the "most common" arrangement.[3]

Juventus unofficially won their 30th league title in 2011–12, but a dispute with the Italian Football Federation, who stripped Juventus of their 2004–05 title and did not assign to them the 2005–06 title due to their involvement in a 2006 Italian football scandal, left their official total at 28. However, they elected to wear no stars at all the following season.[4] Juventus won their 30th title in 2013–14 and thus earned the right to wear their third star, however, club president Andrea Agnelli stated that the club suspended the use of the stars until another team wins their 20th championship, thus having the right to wear two stars, "to emphasise the difference".[5] However, for the 2015–16 season, Juventus reintroduced the stars and added the third star to their jersey as well with new kit manufacturers Adidas.[6]

In Scotland, Rangers displayed five stars above the badge on their shirts in 2003 to symbolize their 50 league titles. Celtic, who also have more than 50 league titles, have one star above their badge to represent their triumph in the 1967 European Cup. Aberdeen displayed two stars to commemorate their 1980s wins in the European Cup Winners' Cup and European Super Cup.[7]

Gianluigi Buffon in 2016. Juventus F.C. wear 3 stars above their crest to represent the 30 league championships they have amassed. Also present in the image are the Scudetto and the Coccarda, worn by the current holders of the Serie A and Coppa Italia titles respectively.

Germany has two official star systems operating in parallel. In 2004, the DFL, which governs the Bundesliga (the top two divisions), introduced Verdiente Meistervereine (roughly "distinguished champion clubs"). This has a sliding scale of 1, 2, 3, and 4 stars for 3, 5, 10, and 20 titles.[8] It includes only Bundesliga titles, excluding titles from before the formation of the Bundesliga in 1963, and from the former East German League. Dynamo Berlin (playing in the fourth level) unilaterally began wearing three unapproved stars for its East German titles.[9] In November 2005, the DFB, which governs non-Bundesliga football, allowed former champions playing outside the Bundesliga to display a single star inscribed with the number of titles.[10] In 2007, Dynamo Berlin switched to a single approved star inscribed with the number 10. Greuther Fürth retains three silver stars on its club badge, but not on its shirts.

Major League Soccer's previously informal system, one star per MLS Cup title, was standardized in 2006, with the defending champions wearing the MLS Scudetto, like the Serie A system, for one season before adding a new star. Starting in 2012, the Scudetto was replaced with a single gold star worn by reigning champions above any other silver championship stars. In 2016, this system changed again in recognition of the LA Galaxy's fifth championship title: champion clubs during their title defence wore an oversized gold star (featuring the year of the league win) above other smaller stars set in silver; clubs with five championships (presently only the Galaxy) will wear one gold star; and teams with one-to-four MLS Cup wins will wear one silver star for each victory.[11] In 2020 the system was changed again with the defending champion receiving a silver star and wearing a redesigned MLS scudetto on their sleeve for the following season.

In Australia, they also use a system based around different coloured stars for different trophy wins: Australian winners of the AFC Champions League will wear a gold star inscribed with the number of wins, while A-League and W-League victory is recognised with a silver star similarly embossed; reigning league or FFA Cup champions will also wear a gold competition emblem in the season following the championship.[12]

Rowdies logo used from 2011 to 2013
Rowdies logo used since 2013
The Tampa Bay Rowdies added a star in recognition of a title won by a former club with the same name. They have since added another star after the new club won a league championship of its own.

Occasionally, stars are added to badges of successor or phoenix clubs for the achievements of defunct predecessors. An example of this is the Tampa Bay Rowdies. They added a star to represent the Soccer Bowl, the championship of the original NASL, won by the original Tampa Bay Rowdies in 1975. The club has since added a second star, after the new club won the 2012 edition of the resurrected Soccer Bowl in the new NASL, and kept both stars upon joining the USL Championship.[13] MLS teams who won titles in other leagues prior to joining the MLS do not retain the stars worn by the old clubs when they joined the MLS.[nb 1] In the case of the Impact, the new team paid tribute to the former team's first title through the stripes on their badge.[14]

As well as predecessor clubs, victories in the national leagues of defunct countries have also been represented by stars. FC Dynamo Kyiv have two stars, commemorating championships won in the Soviet and Ukrainian football league systems. The same is true of Belgrade clubs Partizan and Red Star who have won titles in Yugoslavia, Serbia and Montenegro and present-day Serbia, while Spartak Moscow's four stars for every five league titles refer to their 22 Soviet Top League and Russian Football Premier League titles.

The star has given rise to a byword to winning trophies. Examples of this include when Fawaz Al-Hasawi, then owner of English side Nottingham Forest, was quoted as saying "maybe [Nottingham Forest] will have a third star", in reference to Forest's two European Cups;[15] and France international Paul Pogba's comments when asked about stars in the days before the 2018 FIFA World Cup Final: "Croatia do not have stars – they want one. They have done very well and they want the victory, like us. But I do not have a star. It's on the shirt, but I did not win it. We want to go looking for it like all players."[16]

International[edit]

The first international team to add stars was Brazil. Their badge now features five stars.

Brazil had two stars above their badge in 1968. It was used briefly (friendly matches only) and then removed. After winning their third World Cup in 1970, three stars were officially added and Italy did likewise in 1982. Germany added three in 1996, one in each of the German flag's colours. All world champions have since followed suit. Brazil, Italy, and Germany have since added more stars, after they won later tournaments, while France are the most recent nation to add a star, commemorating their 2018 triumph less than an hour after victory in the Final.[17]

Uruguay display four stars, including their triumphs in the 1924 and 1928 Olympics, which are regarded as FIFA amateur world championships by the governing body. The 1924 FIFA Congress ruled, "on condition that the Olympic Football Tournament takes place in accordance with the Regulations of FIFA, the latter shall recognize this as a world football championship",[18][19] and the 1924 and 1928 championships are regarded as equivalent to World Cups in the 1984 Official History of FIFA.[18][19]

In the equipment regulations for FIFA competitions, section 16.1 states, "Those Member Associations that have won one or more of the previous editions of the FIFA World Cup or the FIFA Women's World Cup may display on the Playing Equipment used by their first men's or women's representative teams a five-pointed star, or other symbol as instructed by FIFA, per edition of the FIFA World Cup (men's shirt) or FIFA Women's World Cup (women's shirt) won by the Member Association."[20] The form of symbol is now specified, the accompanying illustrative example depicts a gold star.[20]

Ad hoc adoptions[edit]

More recently, club teams have added stars either upon winning a landmark trophy, or in response to a rival team's having added stars. In the Romanian first league, Steaua uses 2 stars above their badge since they won their 20th title. Since then Dinamo added a star for the 18 championships they won. Manchester United sported a star in their UEFA Champions League matches on their special European home kit between 1997 and 1999.[21] To celebrate their second victory that year, they added an extra star to that kit for the 1999–00 season.[21] Liverpool likewise wore four stars in 2001–02, their first campaign in the competition since the Heysel Stadium disaster in 1985.[21] They wore five stars in the competition in 2005–06 after their fifth victory. Instead of stars, UEFA introduced a multiple winner badge in 2000–01 season, currently worn by five teams who have won the Champions League either five times or more in total, or three times in a row.

Using stars to represent trophy wins has spread to other sports: rugby union club Toulon are an example of this.

Occasionally, stars are temporarily added for one season, usually to commemorative kits to celebrate the anniversary of a particular event in the club's history. Burnley sported two stars on their 2006–07 shirt, for the club's 125th anniversary, to celebrate their two league titles in 1921 and 1960.[21] Likewise Bury in 2009–10, also for their 125th anniversary, commemorating their 1900 and 1903 FA Cup triumphs; Bury have since revived the stars, from 2011 to 2012, after a season's absence.[22] Commemorating anniversaries in this way is not confined to English clubs: Peruvian side Universitario celebrated their 90th anniversary by adding 26 stars to their kits worn home[23] and away.[24] This is not a practice limited to clubs, as in 2004, Denmark wore a star on their shirts specially for Euro 2004, to commemorate their victory in the competition in 1992.

In women's football, the emerging ad hoc standard is to wear stars on the sleeve instead of above the badge. Two of the four teams that have won the FIFA Women's World Cup to date — Norway and Germany — use this practice, as did three-time Women's World Cup winners, the USA, until moving the stars to the back collar in 2007. The United States has returned its stars to above the badge on their new uniforms for the 2011 Women's World Cup,[25] and have added a third and fourth star since their 2015 and 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup championships.[26]

Boca Juniors of Argentina are noted for adding a star to their official badge for every major trophy won in the club's history, and currently have over 70 stars. However, the badge on the club shirts only features 52 stars due to space.

The practice of using stars to signify major titles has spread to other football codes, and to unrelated sports. For example, in 2009, Meath senior Gaelic football team began wearing seven stars on their jerseys, signifying their seven All-Ireland Senior Football Championships.[27] In rugby union, Toulon added a star above its badge after winning the Heineken Cup in 2013, added a second star immediately after winning the same competition in 2014[28] and a third after winning the inaugural European Rugby Champions Cup in 2015; English rugby union side Saracens F.C. also added 3 stars on their shirt while Leinster Rugby added 4 stars.. English rugby union side Sale Sharks wear a gold star in tribute to their sole Premiership title.[29] In basketball, the men's team of Indiana University Bloomington added five stars to its shorts, representing its five NCAA championships, for the 2015 NCAA tournament, and made the stars at that location a permanent fixture for the 2015–16 season.[30] The Los Angeles Lakers of the National Basketball Association have 17 stars around the logo at center court for their 17 league titles, but do not wear stars on their jerseys.

Other than stars, Royal Engineers A.F.C. adopted the FA Cup as their logo. Clapham Rovers logo written F.A. Cup winner 1880. F.C. Vado integrated the symbol of the Coppa Italia, the Coccarda, into their badge. Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 Team adopted Mercedes-Benz logo, Xelajú MC adopted crescents above their crest, Club Deportivo Real Bucaramanga adopted crown, NCAA basketball teams sponsored by Nike adopted golden or silver patch while NBA team wear golden patch on the back collar with their number of titles won.

List in football[edit]

Excluding the temporary stars, the following teams have chosen to add stars to their shirts:

National teams[edit]

Intercontinental (Men) (Football)[edit]

National Team Title(s)
represented
First
worn
Number
of stars
Notes Women's team
 Brazil World Cup 1971 5 Third win was in 1970; fourth and fifth stars added after 1994 and 2002 wins. Briefly wore 2 stars on a tour of Europe in 1968.[31][32] No
 Italy World Cup 1982 4 Added after third win; fourth star added after the 2006 win. Incorporated into the badge from 2005 to 2017.[33] No
 Germany World Cup 1996 4 Stars first added during Euro 1996 qualification, representing wins in 1954, 1974 and 1990 (as "West Germany"). Worn above the badge. Fourth win was in 2014. Women's team have its own stars by winning Women's World Cup
 Uruguay World Cup and Olympics 1992 4 (2+2) Represent 2 Olympic football titles (1924 & 1928)[18][19] and 2 World Cups (1930 & 1950) Yes
 Argentina World Cup 2003 2 Titles won in 1978 and 1986. The stars were added in 2004.[34] No
 France World Cup 1998 2 Titles won in 1998 and 2018. The first star that was added above their badge was unveiled at their opening qualifying game for Euro 2000. No
 England World Cup 2003 1 Title won in 1966. Star added in 2003 after a campaign on Sky Sports' Soccer AM programme, first worn on the sleeve. No
 Spain World Cup 2010 1 Title won in 2010. Spain played in their away kit for the final, but upon winning the World Cup they changed into their home kit, complete with a star above the badge, for the presentation ceremony. No

Intercontinental (Men) (Futsal)[edit]

Currently, Brazil, Germany, Italy, England, Uruguay use the same logo as in football.

National Team Title(s)
represented
First
worn
Number
of stars
Notes
 Spain FIFA Futsal World Cup 2 Titles won in 2000 FIFA Futsal World Championship, 2004 FIFA Futsal World Championship
 Argentina FIFA Futsal World Cup 2016 1 Title won in 2016 FIFA Futsal World Championship
 Portugal FIFA Futsal World Cup 2021 1 Title won in 2021 FIFA Futsal World Cup

Continental (Men) (Futsal)[edit]

National Team Title(s)
represented
First
worn
Number
of stars
Notes
 Morocco Africa Futsal Cup of Nations 1

Intercontinental (Men) (AMF Futsal)[edit]

National Team Title(s)
represented
First
worn
Number
of stars
Notes
 Brazil AMF Futsal World Cup 2
 Paraguay AMF Futsal World Cup 3
 Venezuela AMF Futsal World Cup 1

Intercontinental (Women) (AMF Futsal)[edit]

National Team Title(s)
represented
First
worn
Number
of stars
Notes
 Catalonia AMF Futsal World Cup 1

Intercontinental (Men) (Beach soccer)[edit]

National Team Title(s)
represented
First
worn
Number
of stars
Notes
 Russia FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup 2013 2 Titles won in 2011 FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup, 2013 FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup

Continental (football)[edit]

Currently team jersey feature star which represent continental champion does not necessary feature in FIFA tournament. However this is only feature during World Cup qualifiers, continental competition and friendly match.

Iraq and Qatar are the only Asian Cup champion to adopt star.

National Team Title(s)
represented
First
worn
Number
of stars
Notes
 Iraq Asian Cup 2021 1 Title won in 2007.
 Qatar Asian Cup 2021 1 Title won in 2019.
 Egypt Africa Cup of Nations 2000 7 Titles won in 1957, 1959, 1986 and 1998. Subsequent stars added after their 2006, 2008 and 2010 triumphs.
 Cameroon Africa Cup of Nations 2008 5 Titles won in 1984, 1988, 2000 and 2002. A fifth star was added after their 2017 victory.
 Algeria Africa Cup of Nations 2010 2 Title won in 1990. Second star added after 2019 win.
 DR Congo Africa Cup of Nations 2013 2 Titles won in 1968 and 1974.
 Ivory Coast Africa Cup of Nations 2010 2 Title won in 1992. Second star added after 2015 win.
 Tunisia Africa Cup of Nations 2004 1 Title won in 2004. Although the star didn't feature at 2021 Africa Cup of Nations
 South Africa Africa Cup of Nations 2020 1 Title won in 1996.
 Sudan Africa Cup of Nations 2022 1 Title won in 1970.
 Ethiopia Africa Cup of Nations 2022 1 Title won in 1962.

Intercontinental (non-FIFA football)[edit]

National Team Title(s)
represented
First
worn
Number
of stars
Notes
 Padania Viva World Cup 3 2008, 2009, 2010
 County of Nice ConIFA World Football Cup 1 2014

Intercontinental (Women)[edit]

National Team Title(s)
represented
First
worn
Number
of stars
Notes
 United States Women's World Cup 1991 4 Worn on the chest, worn on the back collar between 2007 and 2011 and until early 2007 worn on the sleeve. Second star added following the victory in the 1999 World Cup. Third and fourth stars added following the back-to-back triumphs in the 2015 and 2019 World Cups.
 Germany Women's World Cup 2003 2 Until 2003 the three stars of the men's team had been worn. Second star added for their 2007 victory.
 Norway Women's World Cup 1995 1 Worn on the chest, worn on the sleeve until 2015.
 Japan Women's World Cup 2011 1

Note: Some women's teams, such as Argentina, Italy, Uruguay and Brazil, wear the men's stars on their jersey but England, France and Spain does not wear the star.

Continental (Women)[edit]

National Team Title(s)
represented
First
worn
Number
of stars
Notes
 Equatorial Guinea Africa Women Cup of Nations 2008 2 2008 African Women's Championship 2012 African Women's Championship

Football clubs[edit]

OFC[edit]

Club Team Country Title(s)
represented
Number
of stars
Notes
Hekari United F.C.  Papua New Guinea OFC Champions League 1 2008–09
Hienghène Sport  New Caledonia New Caledonia Super Ligue 2 2017, 2019
A.S. Dragon (Tahiti)  Tahiti Tahiti Ligue 1 3 2011–12, 2012–13, 2016–17.

AFC[edit]

Club Team Country Title(s)
represented
Number
of stars
Notes
Western Sydney Wanderers  Australia AFC Champions League 1 Gold star for winning the 2014 AFC Champions League, introduced in 2015.[12]
Brisbane Roar  Australia A-League 1 Silver star (inscribed with the number 3) for winning the A-League thrice, star added in 2015.[12]
Newcastle Jets  Australia A-League 1 Silver star for winning the A-League
Adelaide United  Australia A-League 1 Silver star for winning the A-League.
South Melbourne FC  Australia National Soccer League 4
West Adelaide SC  Australia National Soccer League 1
Sydney Olympic FC  Australia National Soccer League 2 1990, 2002
Adelaide City FC  Australia National Soccer League 3
APIA Leichhardt FC  Australia National Soccer League 1
Wollongong Wolves  Australia National Soccer League, New South Wales state champions 4 Two gold stars for NSL victories in 2000 and 2001 and two silver stars for state-level titles in 1987 and 2008.[35]
Bankstown City FC  Australia NSW Premier League 4 1993, 1994, 2003/2004, 2004/2005
Darwin Olympic SC  Australia NorZone Premier League 6 Each star represent premiers or champions.
Oakleigh Cannons FC  Australia National Premier Leagues Victoria 4
Bashundhara Kings  Bangladesh Bangladesh Premier League (football) 2
Preah Khan Reach Svay Rieng FC  Cambodia C-League 2
Shandong Luneng  China PR Chinese Jia-A League, Chinese Super League 4 One title per star.
Guangzhou Evergrande  China PR Chinese Super League, AFC Champions League 2 One star each for AFC Champions League and Chinese Super League; stars for the respective number of wins (two for ACL, seven for CSL) on sleeves.
Shenzhen Ruby  China PR Chinese Super League 1 One title per star.
Changchun Yatai  China PR Chinese Super League 1 One title per star.
Beijing Guoan  China PR Chinese Super League 1 One title per star.
Shanghai Shenhua  China PR Chinese Jia-A League 1 One title per star.
Shanghai SIPG  China PR Chinese Super League 1 One title per star.
South China AA  Hong Kong Hong Kong First Division League 4 Ten titles per star.
Eastern Sports Club  Hong Kong Hong Kong First Division League 1 One title per star.
Chennai City FC  India I-League 1 2018–19 I-League title.
Gokulam Kerala FC  India I-League 2
Churchill Brothers FC Goa  India I-League 2
Aizawl F.C.  India I-League 1 2016–17 I-League title.
Hyderabad FC  India Indian Super League 1 2022
Bengaluru FC  India I-League, Indian Super League 3 2013–14. 2015,16 I-League title. 2018–19 Indian Super League title
PSIS Semarang  Indonesia Liga 1 1 One league title per star; PSIS won the Premier Division title at 1998–99.
Bhayangkara Solo F.C.  Indonesia Liga 1 1 One league title per star; Bhayangkara won the Premier Division title in 2017
Bali United  Indonesia Liga 1 1 One league title per star; Bali won its first Premier Division title in 2019.
Persib Bandung  Indonesia Liga 1 2 One league title per star; Persib had won Premier Division titles in 1995 and 2014.
Persija Jakarta  Indonesia Perserikatan and Liga 1 11 Nine Perserikatan titles, one Premier Division title, in 2001, and one Liga 1 title in 2018.
Persik Kediri  Indonesia Liga 1 2 One league title per star; Persik won Premier Division titles in 2003 and 2006.
Persipura Jayapura  Indonesia Liga 1 4 One league title per star; Persipura won four Premier Division titles in 2005, 2009, 2011 and 2013.
Semen Padang  Indonesia Liga 1 1 One league title per star; Semen Padang won its first Premier Division title in 2012.
Sriwijaya F.C.  Indonesia Liga 1 2 One league title per star. Sriwijaya FC had won the Premier Division in 2008 and 2012, but the 2011–12 season was not organized by the Premier Division or PSSI, causing internal conflict, meaning the "real" champions of 2011–12 are Semen Padang.
Persepolis  Iran Iranian Football League 1 For their record ten championship titles won in Iranian Football League.
Esteghlal  Iran Asian Club Championship 2 For their Asian Club Championship triumphs.
PAS Hamedan  Iran Asian Club Championship 1 A star for their Asian Club Championship triumph.
Al-Shorta SC  Iraq Asian Club Championship (final), Arab Club Champions Cup 2 Used on selected club merchandise. One star for the 1971 Asian Club Championship where they refused to face an Israeli team in the final, and one star for the 1981–82 Arab Club Champions Cup triumph.[36][37]
Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya  Iraq AFC Cup 3 Consecutive titles in 2016, 2017, and 2018.
Al-Faisaly SC  Jordan Jordanian Pro League 3 Each star represent 10 titles.
Gamba Osaka  Japan AFC Champions League, J1 League, Emperor's Cup, J.League Cup 9 A star for each major title; the star for their sole AFC Champions League title is larger than the others.
Kashima Antlers  Japan J1 League, J.League Cup, Emperor's Cup, AFC Champions League 2 A star for every ten major titles.
Urawa Red Diamonds  Japan J1 League, AFC Champions League 3 A large star for each ACL title, a small star for each J1 League title.
Kawasaki Frontale  Japan J1 League 3 A star for each major title.
Nagoya Grampus  Japan J1 League, Emperor's Cup 3 A star for each major title.
Shonan Bellmare  Japan J.League Cup, Asian Cup Winners' Cup, Emperor's Cup 3 A star for each major title.
Kashiwa Reysol  Japan J1 League, J.League Cup, Emperor's Cup 4 A star for each major title.
Yokohama F. Marinos  Japan J1 League 4 A star for each J1 League title.
Tokyo Verdy  Japan J1 League 2 A star for each J1 League title.
Sanfrecce Hiroshima  Japan J1 League 3 A star for each J1 League title.
Júbilo Iwata  Japan J1 League 3 A star for each J1 League title.
Cerezo Osaka  Japan J.League Cup, Emperor's Cup 2 A star for each major title.
Oita Trinita  Japan J.League Cup 1 A star for each J.League Cup title.
JEF United Chiba  Japan J.League Cup 2 A star for each J.League Cup title.
Kyoto Sanga  Japan Emperor's Cup 1 A star for each Emperor's Cup title.
Vissel Kobe  Japan Emperor's Cup 1 A star for each Emperor's Cup title.
Blaublitz Akita  Japan J3 League 2 A star for each J3 League title.
Verspah Oita  Japan Japan Football League 1 A star for each Japan Football League title.
Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors  Korea Republic K League Classic 8 One title per star.
Seongnam Ilhwa Chunma  Korea Republic K League Classic 7 One title per star; six stars introduced in 2003, with seventh star worn since 2007.[38]
Pohang Steelers  Korea Republic K League Classic 5 One title per star.
Busan IPark  Korea Republic K League Classic 4 One title per star: four stars worn since 2010.[38]
Suwon Samsung Bluewings  Korea Republic K League Classic 4 One title per star: three stars introduced initially in 2005, with fourth star added in 2009.[38]
Ulsan Hyundai  Korea Republic K League Classic 2 One title per star; stars added in 1998.[38]
Gimhae FC  Korea Republic K3 League 1 One title per star.
Seoul United  Korea Republic K3 League 1 One title per star.
Daejeon Korail FC  Korea Republic Korea National League 2 One title per star.
Ulsan Citizen FC  Korea Republic K3 League Basic 1 One title per star.
Paju Citizen FC  Korea Republic K4 League 1 One title per star.
Yong In University  Korea Republic U-League 4 U-League winner in 2015, 2018, other 2 stars are unknown.
Yeungnam University  Korea Republic U-League 9
Kuwait SC  Kuwait Kuwait Premier League 3 Each star represent 5 titles
Al Ansar  Lebanon Lebanese Premier League 1 Represents ten titles.
Windsor Arch Ka I  Macau Liga de Elite 3 2010, 2011, 2012
Kelantan FA  Malaysia Malaysian Super League 2 One title per star; represents MSL titles won in 2011 and 2012.
Johor Darul Ta'zim F.C.  Malaysia Malaysian Super League 3 Stars were added in 2013 without any meaning until 2016 after JDT won three national titles. The three stars were described by owner of the team Crown Prince of Johor Tunku Ismail Idris as the only person to adopt 3 stars at the badge before winning any trophy.[39]
FC Ulaanbaatar  Mongolia Mongolian National Premier League 1 Represents titles won in 2011.
Ulaanbaatar City FC  Mongolia Mongolian National Premier League 1 Represents titles won in 2019.
Dhofar Club  Oman Oman Professional League 1 1 star represent 10 titles
Al-Sadd  Qatar AFC Champions League 2 A star for each AFC Champions League triumph.
Al Hilal  Saudi Arabia AFC Champions League, Asian Cup Winners' Cup, Asian Super Cup 7 A star for each AFC Champions League, Asian Cup Winners' Cup and Asian Super Cup triumph.
Geylang International FC  Singapore Singapore Premier League 2 Titles won in 1996, 2001.
Warriors FC  Singapore Singapore Premier League 5
Albirex Niigata Singapore FC  Singapore Singapore Premier League 4 Titles won in 2016, 2017, 2018, 2020.
Tishreen SC  Syria Syrian Premier League 4 A star for each league title.
Tainan City F.C.  Taiwan Taiwan Football Premier League 2 2020, 2021
Buriram United F.C.  Thailand Thai League 1 Thai FA Cup and Thai League Cup 1 Treble titles won in 2011. The club did not add any more star.
Chiangrai United F.C.  Thailand Thai League 1 1 2019
Bangkok United F.C.  Thailand Thai League 1 1 2006
Al-Ain  United Arab Emirates UAE Pro League 1 Represents ten titles; star worn since 2012.
Sharjah FC  United Arab Emirates UAE Pro League 1 Represents five titles.
Al-Ahli (Dubai)  United Arab Emirates UAE Pro League 2 Two stars for their ten championship titles in the UAE League: seven with Al-Ahli Dubai FC and three with Al Shabab Al Arabi Club Dubai.
Pakhtakor  Uzbekistan Uzbekistan League 2 Each star represents five titles.
Bunyodkor  Uzbekistan Uzbekistan League 1 Represents five titles.
Neftchi Fergana  Uzbekistan Uzbekistan League 1 Represents five titles.
Quảng Nam FC  Vietnam V.League 1 1 2017
Hoàng Anh Gia Lai FC  Vietnam V.League 1 2 2003, 2004
Long An FC  Vietnam V.League 1 2 2005, 2006
SHB Đà Nẵng FC  Vietnam V.League 1 3 1992, 2009, 2012
Hanoi FC  Vietnam V.League 1 5 2010, 2013, 2016, 2018, 2019
Becamex Bình Dương FC  Vietnam V.League 1, Vietnamese National Football Cup 7 (4+3) 2007, 2008, 2014, 2015. 1994, 2015, 2018

AFC (Japanese boys Secondary School)[edit]

Club Team Country Title(s)
represented
Number
of stars
Notes
Aomori Yamada  Japan All Japan Secondary School Soccer Tournament 5 2012, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017

AFC (Japanese boys High School)[edit]

Club Team Country Title(s)
represented
Number
of stars
Notes
Yamanashi Gakuin  Japan All Japan High School Soccer Tournament Inter High School Sports Festival 2 2009 All Japan High School Soccer Tournament. 2018 Inter High School Sports Festival
Aomori Yamada  Japan All Japan High School Soccer Tournament Prince Takamado Cup Inter High School Sports Festival 7 2005 Inter High School Sports Festival. 2016, 2018 All Japan High School Soccer Tournament. 2016, 2019 Prince Takamado Cup.
Ichiritsu Funabashi  Japan All Japan High School Soccer Tournament 5 1994, 1996, 1999, 2002, 2011
Ishikawa Seiryo  Japan All Japan High School Soccer Tournament 1 2014
Ichiritsu Urawa  Japan All Japan High School Soccer Tournament 4 1972, 1964, 1960, 1959
Itabashi Teikyo  Japan All Japan High School Soccer Tournament 9 All Japan High School Soccer Tournament in .1974, 1977, 1979, 1983, 1984, 1991. Inter High School Sports Festival in 1976, 1982, 2002.
Kansai Hokuyo  Japan All Japan High School Soccer Tournament 2 1973All Japan High School Soccer Tournament, 1978 Inter High School Sports Festival
Shiga Yasu  Japan All Japan High School Soccer Tournament 1 2005
Higashi Fukuoka  Japan All Japan High School Soccer Tournament 7
Morioka Shogyo  Japan All Japan High School Soccer Tournament 1 2006
Toyama Daiichi  Japan All Japan High School Soccer Tournament 1 2013
Miyazaki Hōshō  Japan All Japan High School Soccer Tournament 1 2012
Ryutsu Keizai Kashiwa  Japan All Japan High School Soccer Tournament Inter High School Sports Festival Prince Takamado Cup 5 All Japan High School Soccer Tournament in 2007. Inter High School Sports Festival champion in 2008, 2017. Prince Takamado Cup in 2007, 2013
Hiroshima Kanon  Japan Inter High School Sports Festival 1 Inter High School Sports Festival in 2006.
Hyōgo Prefecture Youth  Japan All Japan High School Soccer Tournament youth football tournament 2 1982, 2012
Chiba Prefecture Youth  Japan All Japan High School Soccer Tournament youth football tournament 8 1990, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2002, 2005, 2006, 2011

AFC (Japanese University)[edit]

Club Team Country Title(s)
represented
Number
of stars
Notes
Ryutsu Keizai University FC  Japan Regional and natiowide titles 9
Kansai University  Japan Regional and natiowide titles 5
Osaka University of Health and Sport Sciences  Japan Regional and natiowide titles 5
Fukuoka University  Japan Prime Minister Cup 1 2009

CAF[edit]

Club Team Country Title(s)
represented
Number
of stars
Notes
JS Kabylie  Algeria Various African titles 7 Two CAF Champions Leagues (1981, 1990),[Af 1] three CAF Cups (2000, 2001, 2002), one African Cup Winners' Cup (1995) and one CAF Super Cup (1982).
ES Sétif  Algeria CAF Champions League 2 Two CAF Champions Leagues (1988, 2014)
MC Alger  Algeria CAF Champions League 1 Title won in 1976.[Af 1]
Canon Yaoundé  Cameroon CAF Champions League African Cup Winners' Cup 4 CAF Champions League titles won in 1971, 1978 and 1980.[Af 1] African Cup Winners' Cup title won in 1979.
Union Douala  Cameroon CAF Champions League 2 (1 + 1) One star for CAF Champions League won in 1979,[Af 1] and one star for African Cup Winners' Cup won in 1981.
TP Mazembe  Democratic Republic of the Congo CAF Champions League, Linafoot 5 (4 + 1) Represents ten titles and four CAF Champions Leagues (1967, 1968, 2009, 2010).[Af 1]
AS Vita Club  Democratic Republic of the Congo CAF Champions League 1 Title won in 1973.[Af 1]
Al Ahly  Egypt Egyptian League, CAF Champions League 4 + 10 Four stars above club's badge, represents forty-two Egyptian Premier League titles; Ten stars under club's badge, represents 10 CAF Champions League titles (1982, 1987, 2001, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2012, 2013, 2020, and 2021).
Ismaily SC  Egypt CAF Champions League 1 Title won in 1969.
Al Ittihad Alexandria Club  Egypt Egypt Cup 6 One star represent one titles; Titles won in 1926, 1936, 1948, 1963, 1973, 1976.
ENPPI SC  Egypt Egypt Cup 2 Titles won in 2005 and 2011.
El Sekka El Hadid SC  Egypt Sultan Hussein Cup, Cairo League 4 Sultan Hussein Cup in 1923–24, 1935–36, Cairo League in 1923–24, 1935–36
Hafia FC  Guinea CAF Champions League 3 Titles won in 1972, 1975 and 1977.[Af 1]
Horoya AC  Guinea African Cup Winners' Cup 1 Title won in 1979
AS Kaloum Star  Guinea Guinée Championnat National 1 1 star represent 10 titles.
ASEC Mimosas  Ivory Coast CAF Champions League 1 Title won in 1998.
Stade d'Abidjan  Ivory Coast CAF Champions League 1 Title won in 1966.[Af 1]
Séwé FC  Ivory Coast Côte d'Ivoire Premier Division 3 Titles won in 2011–12, 2012–13, 2013–14.
Stella Club d'Adjamé  Ivory Coast Côte d'Ivoire Premier Division 3 Titles won in 1979, 1981, 1984.
Al-Ittihad  Libya Libyan Premier League 1 Awarded star after winning tenth Libyan Premier League title in 2002–03.
Al Ahli SC (Tripoli)  Libya Libyan Premier League 1 One star represent 10 titles
Al-Ahly SC (Benghazi)  Libya Libyan Premier League 1 Al-Ahly SC (Benghazi) is the only club in Libya which has a star in its logo before reaching 10 league titles.
AS Adema  Madagascar Malagasy Pro League 3 Titles won in 2002, 2006, and 2012.
Raja Casablanca  Morocco CAF Champions League, Botola 4 (1 + 3) Represents ten titles, and three CAF Champions Leagues (1989, 1997, 1999).[Af 1]
FAR Rabat  Morocco Botola 1 Represents ten titles.
Wydad Casablanca  Morocco Botola, CAF Champions League 4 Represents twenty titles, and two CAF Champions Leagues (1992, 2017).
Kawkab Marrakech  Morocco CAF Cup 1 Title won in 1996.
Enyimba  Nigeria CAF Champions League 2 Titles won in 2003 and 2004.
Kano Pillars F.C.  Nigeria Nigeria Professional Football League 4 Titles won in 2007–08, 2011–12, 2013, and 2014.
CARA Brazzaville  Republic of the Congo CAF Champions League 1 Title won in 1974.[Af 1]
Kaizer Chiefs  South Africa South African League"NSL/PSL", African Cup Winners' Cup 2 Represents ten+ League titles and one African Cup Winners' Cup Title won in 2001.
Mamelodi Sundowns  South Africa CAF Champions League 1 Title won in 2016.[40][Af 1]
Orlando Pirates  South Africa CAF Champions League 1 Title won in 1995.[41][Af 1]
Espérance de Tunis  Tunisia Tunisian Ligue 3 + 4 Represents thirty titles, and four CAF Champions Leagues (1994, 2011, 2018, 2019).
Club Africain  Tunisia Tunisian Ligue 1 Represents ten titles.
ÉS Sahel  Tunisia Tunisian Ligue 1 Represents ten titles.
JS Saint-Pierroise  France Réunion Réunion Premier League 2 Represents ten titles.
AS Saint-Louisienne  France Réunion Réunion Premier League 1 Represents ten titles.
Notes
  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l The CAF Champions League was known as the African Cup of Champions Clubs prior to 1997.

CONCACAF (United States)[edit]

Club Team Country Title(s)
represented
Number
of stars
Notes
Minnesota United FC  United States North American Soccer League championship 1 Title won in 2011.[42]
LA Galaxy  United States MLS Cup 1 Gold star to symbolize their five MLS Cup titles.[43]
D.C. United  United States MLS Cup 4 Titles won in 1996, 1997, 1999 and 2004.
Seattle Sounders FC  United States MLS Cup 2 Titles won in 2016 and 2019.
Houston Dynamo FC  United States MLS Cup 2 Titles won in 2006 and 2007.
San Jose Earthquakes  United States MLS Cup 2 Titles won in 2001 and 2003;[nb 2]
Sporting Kansas City  United States MLS Cup 2 Titles won in 2000 (as Kansas City Wizards) and 2013 (as Sporting Kansas City).
Columbus Crew SC  United States MLS Cup 2 Titles won in 2008 and 2020.
Chicago Fire  United States MLS Cup 1 Title won in 1998.
Real Salt Lake  United States MLS Cup 1 Title won in 2009.
Colorado Rapids  United States MLS Cup 1 Title won in 2010.
Atlanta United FC  United States MLS Cup 1 Title won in 2018.
New York City FC  United States MLS Cup 1 Title won in 2021.
Portland Timbers  United States MLS Cup 1 Title won in 2015, star featured on 2016 change jersey.[44]
Detroit City FC  United States National Independent Soccer Association 1 Title won in 2020–21 season.
North Texas SC  United States USL League One 1 Title won in 2019.
Greenville Triumph SC  United States USL League One 1 Title won in 2020.
Flint City Bucks  United States USL League Two 4 Titles won in 2006, 2014, 2016, 2019.
Charlotte Eagles  United States USL League Two 3 Titles won in 2000, 2005, and 2017.
Des Moines Menace  United States USL League Two 2 Title won in 2005 and 2021.
Portland Timbers U23s  United States USL League Two 1 Title won in 2010.
Laredo Heat  United States USL League Two 1 Title won in 2007.
Sonoma County Sol  United States National Premier Soccer League 1
Sacramento Gold FC  United States National Premier Soccer League 1
New York Red Bulls II  United States USL Cup 1 Title won in 2016.
Louisville City FC  United States USL Cup 2 Representing the back-to-back USL Cup Championships won in 2017 and 2018.
Real Monarchs  United States USL Cup 1 Title won in 2019.
Orange County SC  United States USL Cup 1 Title won in 2021.
Tampa Bay Rowdies  United States North American Soccer League championships 2 The team, which began play in 2010 as FC Tampa Bay in the D2 Pro League and now plays in the USL Championship added the first star to represent the Soccer Bowl, the championship of the original North American Soccer League, won by the original Tampa Bay Rowdies in 1975; a second star was added after the new club won Soccer Bowl 2012, the championship of the second NASL.[13]
Rochester Rhinos  United States A-League, U.S. Open Cup, United Soccer League 5 Four titles won in four seasons: their first championship was the A-League in 1998; victory in the 1999 U.S. Open Cup, before the Rhinos picked up successive A-League titles in 2000 and 2001; four stars were added in 2013. fifth star added in 2015.[45]
RWB Adria  United States National Amateur Cup 2
Milwaukee Bavarian SC  United States National Amateur Cup 8
Christos FC  United States National Amateur Cup
Santa Barbara Soccer Club  United States National Championships 4
Metropolitan FA  Puerto Rico Liga Puerto Rico 2

CONCACAF (United States college soccer)[edit]

Club Team Country Title(s)
represented
Number
of stars
Notes
Tufts Jumbos  United States NCAA Division III Men's Soccer Championship 3
Trinity Tigers  United States NCAA Division III Men's Soccer Championship 1
Messiah University  United States NCAA Division III Men's Soccer Championship 11
Ohio Wesleyan Battling Bishops  United States NCAA Division III Men's Soccer Championship 2
Florida Tech Panthers  United States NCAA Division II Men's Soccer Championship 2 1988, 1991
Cal State Dominguez Hills Toros  United States NCAA Division II Men's Soccer Championship 2 2000, 2008
Fort Lewis Skyhawks  United States NCAA Division II Men's Soccer Championship 3 2005, 2009, 2011
Southern Connecticut Owls  United States NCAA Division II Men's Soccer Championship 6 1987, 1990, 1992, 1995, 1998, 1999
Pfeiffer Falcons  United States NCAA Division II Men's Soccer Championship 1 2015
Lynn Fighting Knights  United States NCAA Division II Men's Soccer Championship 4
Akron Zips men's soccer  United States NCAA Division I Men's Soccer Tournament 1 Represents 2010 NCAA Division I Men's Soccer Championship.
Virginia Cavaliers men's soccer  United States NCAA Division I Men's Soccer Tournament 7
Saint Louis Billikens men's soccer  United States NCAA Division I Men's Soccer Tournament 10
Indiana Hoosiers men's soccer  United States NCAA Division I Men's Soccer Tournament 8
UConn Huskies men's soccer  United States NCAA Division I Men's Soccer Tournament 3 1948, 1981, 2000. The stars are located at the sleeve.
Stanford Cardinal men's soccer  United States NCAA Division I Men's Soccer Tournament 3 2015, 2016, 2017. The stars are located at the sleeve.
Clemson Tigers men's soccer  United States NCAA Division I Men's Soccer Tournament 2
North Carolina Tar Heels men's soccer  United States NCAA Division I Men's Soccer Tournament 2 Stars are at back of shirt.
San Francisco Dons men's soccer  United States NCAA Division I Men's Soccer Tournament 6
Navy Midshipmen men's soccer  United States NCAA Division I Men's Soccer Tournament 1
Hartwick Hawks men's soccer  United States NCAA Division I Men's Soccer Tournament 1
UC Santa Barbara Gauchos men's soccer  United States NCAA Division I Men's Soccer Tournament 1 2006
Georgetown Hoyas men's soccer  United States NCAA Division I Men's Soccer Tournament 1 2019
Marshall Thundering Herd men's soccer  United States NCAA Division I Men's Soccer Tournament 1 2020
Drexel Dragons men's soccer  United States Intercollegiate Soccer Football Association national champion 1 1958
Hastings College  United States NAIA Men's Soccer Championship 2 2010, 2016
Westmont College  United States NAIA Men's Soccer Championship 1 1972
Bethel University (Tennessee)  United States NAIA Men's Soccer Championship 1 2008
Missouri Valley College  United States NAIA Men's Soccer Championship 1 2020
University of Rio Grande  United States NAIA Men's Soccer Championship 1 2003, 2015
Lindsey Wilson College  United States NAIA Men's Soccer Championship 9 1995, 1996, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2005, 2009, 2011

CONCACAF (United States high school)[edit]

Club Team Country Title(s)
represented
Number
of stars
Notes
Juan Diego Catholic High School  United States Utah state championship 1
Dixie High School (Utah)  United States Utah state championship 1
Wasatch High School  United States Utah state championship 1

CONCACAF[edit]

Club Team Country Title(s)
represented
Number
of stars
Notes
SV Racing Club Aruba  Aruba Aruban Division di Honor 3 One star represent 5 titles.
SV Deportivo Nacional  Aruba Aruban Division di Honor 5 One star represent 1 titles.
San Pedro Pirates FC  Belize Premier League of Belize 1 2019.
Toronto FC  Canada MLS Cup 1 Title won in 2017.
FC London  Canada USL League Two 2 Title won in 2012.
CS Mont-Royal Outremont  Canada Première Ligue de soccer du Québec 3
Saprissa  Costa Rica CONCACAF Champions League 3 The stars are located at the sleeve.
C.S. Cartaginés  Costa Rica Costa Rican league CONCACAF Champions League 4 One star per national league title. One star per continental title.
A.D. San Carlos  Costa Rica Costa Rican league 1 One star per national league title.
Orión F.C.  Costa Rica Costa Rican league 2 One star per national league title.
La U Universitarios  Costa Rica Costa Rican league 1 One star per national league title.
Jong Colombia  Curaçao CONCACAF Champions' Cup (Caribbean Zone) and Sekshon Pagá. 3 (2+1) Two stars for CONCACAF Champions League (Caribbean Zone) titles (1967 and 1979) and one star for at least ten league titles.
Atlético Pantoja  Dominican Republic Various national and international titles 5 Caribbean Club Championship in 2018,

Liga Dominicana de Fútbol in 2015, 2019, Apertura in 2019, Supercopa Liga Dominicana de Fútbol in 2020

Cibao FC  Dominican Republic Liga Mayor 1 Champion in 2018 Liga Dominicana de Fútbol.
Universidad Dominicana O&M  Dominican Republic Liga Mayor 1 2020
A.D. Isidro Metapán  El Salvador La Primera 10 Star for each national title won.
Santa Tecla F.C.  El Salvador La Primera 4 Star for each national title won.
Quequeisque F.C.  El Salvador La Primera 5 Star for each national title won.
Firpo  El Salvador La Primera 9 Star for each national title won.
C.D. Atlético Marte  El Salvador La Primera 8 Star for each national title won.
C.D. Dragón  El Salvador La Primera 3 Star for each national title won
Cobán Imperial  Guatemala Liga Nacional de Fútbol de Guatemala 1
Club Xelajú MC  Guatemala Liga Nacional de Fútbol de Guatemala 5 Represent as moon
C.D. Guastatoya  Guatemala Liga Nacional de Fútbol de Guatemala 3
Antigua GFC  Guatemala Liga Nacional de Fútbol de Guatemala 4
FC Santa Lucía Cotzumalguapa  Guatemala Liga Nacional de Fútbol de Guatemala 1 Clausura 2021
C.D. Malacateco  Guatemala Liga Nacional de Fútbol de Guatemala 4 Apetura 2021
Arcahaie FC  Haiti Ligue Haïtienne 1 2020
Platense F.C.  Honduras Liga Nacional de Fútbol Profesional de Honduras 2
Juticalpa F.C.  Honduras Honduran Cup 1
Club Deportivo y Social Vida  Honduras Liga Nacional de Fútbol Profesional de Honduras 2
Harbour View F.C.  Jamaica National Premier League 4
Cavalier F.C.  Jamaica National Premier League 1
Real Estelí  Nicaragua Nicaraguan Primera División 4 First two national championships won by the club (in 1991 and 1999).
Managua FC  Nicaragua Nicaraguan Primera División 1 Apertura 2018
C.D. Walter Ferretti  Nicaragua Nicaraguan Primera División 4
Diriangén FC  Nicaragua Nicaraguan Primera División 26
Tauro F.C.  Panama Liga Panameña de Fútbol 1 Represents ten titles.
C.A. Independiente de La Chorrera  Panama Liga Panameña de Fútbol 3
Sporting San Miguelito  Panama Liga Panameña de Fútbol 1
S.V. Transvaal  Suriname CONCACAF Champions League and SVB Topklasse. 3 (2+1) Two stars for CONCACAF Champions League titles and one star for at least ten league titles.
Defence Force F.C.  Trinidad and Tobago CONCACAF Champions League, CFU Club Championship and TT Pro League. 4 (2+1+1) Two stars for CONCACAF Champions League titles, one star for CFU Club Championship and one star for at least ten league titles.

CONCACAF (Mexico)[edit]

Club Team Country Title(s)
represented
Number
of stars
Notes
Pachuca  Mexico Mexican First Division, CONCACAF Champions League, Copa Sudamericana 12 (6+6) One star per league title; six gold stars for continental trophies: five stars for CONCACAF Champions League titles, and one star for its Copa Sudamericana title.
Toluca  Mexico Mexican First Division 10 One star per title.
Cruz Azul  Mexico Mexican First Division 9 One star per league title, incorporated into the crest.
León  Mexico Mexican First Division 8 One star per title.
Monterrey  Mexico Mexican First Division + CONCACAF Champions League 10 (5+5) Five silver stars above for league titles. Five gold stars below for CONCACAF Champions League titles.
UANL  Mexico Mexican First Division 7 One star per league title.
Santos Laguna  Mexico Mexican First Division 6 One star per title.
Atlante  Mexico Mexican First Division 3 One star per title.
Necaxa  Mexico Mexican First Division 3 One star per title.
Tampico  Mexico Mexican First Division 1 One star per title.
Puebla  Mexico Mexican First Division and Mexican Cup 7 (2+5) Two gold stars incorporated into crest for league titles. Five blue stars outside for cup titles.
Veracruz  Mexico Mexican First Division 2 Titles won in 1946 and 1950.
Atlas  Mexico Mexican First Division 2 Titles won in 1951 and Grita Mexico AP 2021
Tecos  Mexico Mexican First Division 1 Title won in 1994.
Tijuana  Mexico Mexican First Division 1 Title won in 2012.
Murciélagos  Mexico Mexican Third Division 1 Title won in 2012.
Alacranes de Durango  Mexico Mexican Third Division 2 Invierno 1998, Verano 1999
Celaya  Mexico Mexican Division Promotion 2 One star per division promotion.
Tepatitlán F.C.  Mexico Liga de Expansión MX 1 Title won in 2021.
Mineros de Fresnillo F.C.  Mexico Mexican Third Division 2 Segunda Serie B Apertura 2014, Ascenso Serie B 2014/2015
Sahuayo F.C.  Mexico Mexican Third Division 1 Clausura 2013
Pioneros de Cancún  Mexico Mexican Third Division 1 2013–14
Acatlán F.C.  Mexico Mexican Fourth Division 1 2017–18
Ecatepec Fútbol Club  Mexico Mexican Fourth Division 1 1987–88
Deportivo Zitácuaro  Mexico Mexican Third Division Mexican Fourth Division 3 Third division Invierno 1997, Verano 2001, fourth division 1995/1996
Cafetaleros de Chiapas  Mexico Mexican Second Division 1 Clausura 2018
Alebrijes de Oaxaca  Mexico Mexican Second Division 2 Apertura 2017, Apertura 2019
Héroes de Zaci  Mexico Liga TDP 1 2018-19
Aguacateros C.D. Uruapan  Mexico Serie B de México 1 Apetura 2021

CONIFA North America & Caribbean[edit]

Club Team Country Title(s)
represented
Number
of stars
Notes
Chapulineros de Oaxaca  Mexico Liga de Balompié Mexicano 2 2020–21 and 2021. The competition is sanctioned by CONIFA instead of Mexican Football Federation.

CONMEBOL (Argentina)[edit]

Club Team Country Title(s)
represented
Number
of stars
Notes
Arsenal de Sarandí  Argentina Various National and International titles 5 Copa Sudamericana 2007, J.League Cup / Copa Sudamericana Championship 2008, Primera División 2012 Clausura, Supercopa Argentina 2012, Copa Argentina 2012–13
Defensa y Justicia  Argentina Copa Sudamericana, Recopa Sudamericana 2 For 2020 Copa Sudamericana and then 2021 Recopa Sudamericana.
Club Atlético Tigre  Argentina Copa de la Superliga 1 Title won in 2019.
Club Atlético Huracán  Argentina Various National Titles 13 5 Stars above badge for every league wins, 8 Stars below badge for every national cup wins.

Argentine Primera División won in 1921, 1922, 1925, 1928, and 1973.

Copa Estímulo won in 1920.

Copa Dr. Carlos Ibarguren won in 1922 and 1925.

Copa Adrián C. Escobar won in 1942 and 1943.

Copa de Competencia Británica won in 1944.

Copa Argentina won in 2013–14.

Supercopa Argentina won in 2014.

Argentinos Juniors  Argentina Argentine League, Copa Libertadores, and Interamerican Cup 5 Three Argentine League; 1985 Copa Libertadores, and 1986 Interamerican Cup
Estudiantes (LP)  Argentina Argentine League, Copa Libertadores, and Intercontinental Cup 11 Five Argentine league titles; four Copa Libertadores; 1968 Intercontinental and 1969 Interamerican Cups;[46] an earlier badge had just four stars, for the Libertadores and Intercontinental titles;[46] tenth star added after 2009 Copa Libertadores victory.
Rosario Central  Argentina Argentine league and CONMEBOL Cup 6 (4+1+1) The middle star, for the CONMEBOL Cup, is larger. The previous badge had five blue stars and one larger yellow star; the extra small star was for the unofficial "1974 Argentinian Championship",[47] a qualification playoff for the 1974 Copa Libertadores.[48]
Newell's Old Boys  Argentina Argentine league 7 One star per title, including one each for the 1990 Apertura and the 1990/91 Apertura/Clausura playoff.[49]
Argentinos Juniors  Argentina Argentine League, Copa Libertadores, and Interamerican Cup 5 Three Argentine League; 1985 Libertadores and 1986 Interamerican Cup
Lanús  Argentina Argentine League, Copa Bicentenario, Supercopa Argentina, Copa Sudamericana, Copa CONMEBOL 6 Two Argentine League (2007 and 2016); 2016 Copa Bicentenario, 2016 Supercopa Argentina, 2013 Copa Sudamericana, and 1996 Copa CONMEBOL.
Boca Juniors  Argentina Various Titles 71 The club has a policy of adding a star to their badge since 1970 for each title won ever (except during 2007–2009, when a design with only three stars was used for each Intercontinental Cup won); however, the version of the club badge on the shirts provided by kit manufacturer Nike remains on 52 stars as of 2019.
Quilmes AC  Argentina Argentine league 2 For amateur titles of 1912 and 1978 Metropolitano
Ferro Carril Oeste  Argentina Argentine league 2 For 1982 Nacional and 1984 Nacional
Banfield  Argentina Argentine league and Copa de Honor 2 For 2009 Torneo Apertura and 1920 amateur Copa de Honor.
Racing Club de Avellaneda  Argentina Intercontinental Cup 1 Title won in 1967. The star is located at the bottom of kit.
Vélez Sarsfield  Argentina Intercontinental Cup 1 Title won in 1994.
Talleres de Córdoba  Argentina Copa CONMEBOL 1 Title won in 1999.
Chacarita Juniors  Argentina Argentine league 1 For 1969 Metropolitano.
Gimnasia y Esgrima La Plata  Argentina Argentine league 1 Argentine Primera División 1969, Copa Centenario de la AFA 1993
Sportivo Dock Sud  Argentina Argentine league 1 Title won in 1933.
Club Atlético Porteño  Argentina Argentine league 2 1912 FAF, 1914 FAF
Club Atlético Colón  Argentina Copa de la Liga Profesional 1 Title won in 2021.
Club Atlético Atlanta  Argentina Copa Suecia 1 1960
Club Atlético Nueva Chicago  Argentina Copa de Competencia Jockey Club 1 1933
Club Atlético Sarmiento  Argentina Various national competitions 5 B Nacional 2020. Primera B 1980, 2003–04, 2011–12. Primera C 1977.
Sacachispas Fútbol Club  Argentina Various national competitions 4 Primera C 2016–17, Primera D 1954, 1999–00, 2002–03
Club Atlético Villa San Carlos  Argentina Primera Nacional, Primera C, Primera D 4 Primera B 2012–13, Primera C 2008–09 Primera D 1992–93, 2001–02
CA Excursionistas  Argentina Argentine División Intermedia 1 1924
Deportivo Laferrere  Argentina Primera C 4 Primera C won in 1986–87 and 2001–02, 2 stars are unknown.
UAI Urquiza  Argentina Primera C, Primera D 2 Primera D won in 2009–10, Primera C won in 2012–13.
Club Ferrocarril Midland  Argentina Primera D 3 1968, 1988–89, 2008–09
Argentino de Merlo  Argentina Primera D 3 1985, 1998–99, 2018–19
Club Atlético Claypole  Argentina Primera D 2 1996–97, 2020
Deportivo Paraguayo  Argentina Primera D 1 1991–92
Central Ballester  Argentina Primera D 1 1995–96
San Martín de Tucumán  Argentina Copa General Pedro Ramírez 1 1944
Club Atlético Tucumán  Argentina Various national competitions 3

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Almirante Brown  Argentina Various national competitions 5 -
Social and Sports Club Flandria  Argentina Various national competitions 5 1952, 1998, 2014, 2016, 2021
Melmac FC  Argentina Various lower division national competitions 5 2009, 2011, 2013, 2017, 2018
Luján Sport Club  Argentina Liga Mendocina de Fútbol 1 Title won in 2013.
Club Atlético Social y Deportivo Camioneros  Argentina es:Liga Lujanense de Fútbol 3

CONMEBOL[edit]

Club Team Country Title(s)
represented
Number
of stars
Notes
Universitario de Sucre  Bolivia Bolivian Primera División 2 For leagues won in 2008 Apertura and 2014 Clausura.
Club Aurora  Bolivia Bolivian Primera División 2 For leagues won in 1964 and 2008 Clausura.
Club Always Ready  Bolivia Bolivian Primera División 3 For leagues won in 1951, 1957, and 2020 Apertura. Stars located inside badge.
Club Independiente Petrolero  Bolivia Bolivian Primera División 1
Club San José  Bolivia Bolivian Primera División 4 For leagues won in 1955, 1995, 2007 Clausura, 2018 Clausura.
Club Blooming  Bolivia Bolivian Primera División 5 For leagues won in 1984, 1998, 1999, 2005 Apertura, 2009 Clausura.
C.D. Jorge Wilstermann  Bolivia Bolivian Primera División 5 One star per title. Currently only have 5 stars on their logo.
Oriente Petrolero  Bolivia Bolivian Primera División and other national competitions. 16 One star per titles.
Colo-Colo  Chile Copa Libertadores 4(1+3) Represents trophy won in 1991 and other three stars laddered after winning 30th national championship; each star represents ten titles.
Universidad de Chile  Chile Copa Sudamericana 1 Trophy won in 2011.
O'Higgins  Chile Chilean Primera División 1 Title won in 2013 Apertura.
Cobresal  Chile Chilean Primera División 1 Title won in 2014 Clausura.
Unión San Felipe  Chile Chilean Primera División 1 One star per title.
Deportes Magallanes  Chile Chilean Primera División 4 One star per title.
Everton de Viña del Mar  Chile Chilean Primera División 4 One star per title.
Audax Italiano  Chile Chilean Primera División 4 One star per title.
Club Deportivo Palestino  Chile Chilean Primera División 2 One star per title.
Huachipato  Chile Chilean Primera División 2 One star per title.
Santiago Morning  Chile Chilean Primera División 1 One star per title.
Santiago Wanderers  Chile Chilean Primera División 3 One star per title.
Cobreloa  Chile Chilean Primera División 8 One star per title.
Cúcuta Deportivo  Colombia Colombian league 1 One star per title.
Deportes Quindío  Colombia Colombian league 1 One star per title.
Boyacá Chicó F.C.  Colombia Colombian league 1 One star per title.
Deportivo Pasto  Colombia Colombian league 1 One star per title.
Deportes Tolima  Colombia Colombian league 3 One star per title.
Atlético Junior  Colombia Colombian league 9 One star per title.
Once Caldas  Colombia Colombian league and Copa Libertadores 5 (4+1) Gold star over badge for Libertadores; four stars within badge for one league win each.[50]
L.D.U. Quito  Ecuador Copa Libertadores Copa Sudamericana Recopa Sudamericana 4
CD El Nacional  Ecuador Ecuadorian Serie A 20 (13+7) Thirteen gold stars above badge in two rows; the top row consists of three stars grouped together on both left and right with two together in the middle for eight total, the sets on the left and right represent the three consecutive Serie A titles won from 1976 to 1978 and 1982–1984, the set of two in middle represent the two consecutive Serie A titles won in 2005 (Clausura) and 2006, the second row consists of five additional gold stars for single league titles won, and below the badge is seven silver stars for seven Serie A second-place finishes.
CD Cuenca  Ecuador Ecuadorian Serie A 1 Gold star above badge for 2004 Serie A title.
CD Olmedo  Ecuador Ecuadorian Serie A 2 (1+1) White star above badge for 2000 Serie A title; white star below badge for 2004 Serie A second-place finish.
CS Patria  Ecuador Ecuadorian Serie A, Campeonato de Guayaquil, and Segunda Categoría del Guayas 4 Four green stars below badge for 1961 Serie A second-place finish, two Campeonato de Guayaquil titles in 1958 and 1959, and the 1968 Segunda Categoría del Guayas title.
Delfín SC  Ecuador Ecuadorian Serie A 1 Gold star above badge for 2019 Serie A title.
Independiente del Valle  Ecuador Copa Sudamericana 1 Gold star above badge for 2019 Copa Sudamericana title.
SD Quito  Ecuador Ecuadorian Serie A 5 Gold stars above badge for each Serie A title.
Olimpia Asunción  Paraguay Intercontinental Cup and Copa Libertadores 4 One golden star for 1979 Intercontinental Cup, three silver stars for the 1979, 1990 and 2002 Copa Libertadores.
Sol de América  Paraguay Paraguayan Primera División 2 Titles won in 1986 and 1991.
Cienciano  Peru Copa Sudamericana and Recopa Sudamericana 2 Titles won in 2003 and 2004.
FBC Melgar  Peru Peruvian Primera División 2 Peruvian championship title in 1981; second star added after their 2015 championship title.
Juan Aurich  Peru Peruvian Primera División 1 Peruvian championship title won in 2011.
Unión Huaral  Peru Peruvian Primera División 2 Peruvian championship titles won in 1976, 1989.
Atlético Chalaco  Peru Peruvian Primera División 2 Peruvian championship titles won in 1930, 1947,
CD San Martín  Peru Peruvian Primera División 3 Peruvian championship titles won in 2007, 2008 and 2010.
Sporting Cristal  Peru Peruvian Primera División 3 Three consecutive titles won from 1994 to 1996.
Sport Boys  Peru Peruvian Primera División 6 Stars under the badge (one per title).
Defensor Lima  Peru Peruvian Primera División and a title 2 1973 Peruvian Primera División
Comerciantes Unidos  Peru Copa Perú 3 The three stars represent the three times that Comerciantes reached the National Stage of the Copa Perú.[51]
Sport Rosario  Peru Copa Perú 1 Copa Perú championship title won in 2016.
Defensor La Bocana  Peru Copa Perú and other titles 5 Copa Perú and other 4 titles.
Deportivo Binacional  Peru Peruvian Primera División 3
Caracas  Venezuela Primera División Venezolana 10 One title per star.
Deportivo Táchira  Venezuela Primera División Venezolana 8 One title per star.
Portuguesa FC  Venezuela Primera División Venezolana 5 One title per star.
A.C.C.D. Mineros de Guayana  Venezuela Primera División Venezolana 5 One title per star.
Asociación Civil Deportivo Lara  Venezuela Primera División Venezolana 5 One title per star.
Zamora F.C.  Venezuela Primera División Venezolana 4 One title per star.
Estudiantes de Mérida  Venezuela Primera División Venezolana 2 One title per star.
Minervén  Venezuela Primera División Venezolana 1 One title per star.
Unión Atlético Maracaibo  Venezuela Primera División Venezolana 1 One title per star.
Deportivo La Guaira F.C.  Venezuela Primera División Venezolana 1 One title per star.
Deportivo Anzoátegui  Venezuela Segunda División Venezolana 1 One title per star.
Trujillanos F.C.  Venezuela Copa Venezuela 2 Titles won in 1992 and 2010.
C.A. Progreso  Uruguay Uruguayan Primera División 1 One title per star.
C.A. Bella Vista  Uruguay Uruguayan Primera División 1 One title per star.
Rampla Juniors  Uruguay Uruguayan Primera División 2 One star represent Uruguayan Primera División, one star is unknown.
Danubio F.C.  Uruguay Uruguayan Primera División 4 One title per star.
Montevideo Wanderers F.C.  Uruguay Uruguayan Primera División 4 One title per star.
Central Español  Uruguay Uruguayan Primera División 3 One title per title. Other 2 titles are unknown.

CONMEBOL (Brazil states champions)[edit]

Club Team Country Title(s)
represented
Number
of stars
Notes
São Cristóvão  Brazil Campeonato Carioca 1 Title won in 1926.
Plácido de Castro Futebol Club  Brazil Campeonato Acreano 1 Title won in 2013.
Atlético Acreano  Brazil Campeonato Acreano 1
Atlético Clube Juventus  Brazil Campeonato Acreano 1 Represent 10 titles.
São Francisco Futebol Clube (AC)  Brazil Campeonato Acreano second division 1
Murici Futebol Clube  Brazil Campeonato Alagoano 1 Title won in 2010.
Associação Atlética Coruripe  Brazil Campeonato Alagoano 3 Titles won in 2006, 2007, 2014
Oratório Recreativo Clube  Brazil Campeonato Amapaense 1 Title won in 2012.
Ypiranga Clube  Brazil Campeonato Amapaense 10 Titles won in 1976, 1992, 1994, 1997, 1999, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2018, and 2020.
Trem Desportivo Clube  Brazil Campeonato Amapaense 5 Titles won in 1952, 1984, 2007, 2010, and 2011.
Santana Esporte Clube  Brazil Campeonato Amapaense 7 Titles won in 1960, 1961, 1962, 1965, 1968, 1972, and 1985.
Santos Futebol Clube (AP)  Brazil Campeonato Amapaense 7 Titles won in 2000, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, and 2019.
Independente Esporte Clube  Brazil Campeonato Amapaense 5 Titles won in 1982, 1983, 1989, 1995, and 2001.
Princesa do Solimões Esporte Clube  Brazil Campeonato Amazonense 1 Title won in 2013.
Peñarol Atlético Clube  Brazil Campeonato Amazonense 3 Titles won in 2010, 2011, and 2020.
Manaus Futebol Clube  Brazil Campeonato Amazonense 4 Titles won in 2017, 2018, 2019, and 2021.
Colo-Colo de Futebol e Regatas  Brazil Campeonato Baiano 3 Campeonato Baiano won in 2006, Campeonato Baiano 2nd division won in 1999, 2014
Alagoinhas Atlético Clube  Brazil Campeonato Baiano 1 Title won in 2021
Fluminense de Feira Futebol Clube  Brazil Campeonato Baiano 1 Titles won in 1963, 1969
Associação Desportiva Bahia de Feira  Brazil Campeonato Baiano 1 Title won in 2011
Associação Desportiva Leônico  Brazil Campeonato Baiano 1 Title won in 1966
Atlético de Alagoinhas  Brazil Campeonato Baiano 1 2021
Galícia Esporte Clube  Brazil Campeonato Baiano 3 Titles won in 1941, 1942, 1943
Esporte Clube Primeiro Passo Vitória da Conquista  Brazil Campeonato Baiano 2nd division 3 Title won in 2006
Associação Desportiva Jequié  Brazil Campeonato Baiano 2nd division 3 Titles won in 1992, 2007
Juazeiro Social Clube  Brazil Campeonato Baiano 2nd division 3 Titles won in 1996, 2010
Sociedade Desportiva Juazeirense  Brazil Campeonato Baiano 2nd division 3 Title won in 2011
América Football Club (CE)  Brazil Campeonato Cearense 2 Title won in 1935, 1966.
Ceará  Brazil Campeonato Cearense 5 Five consecutive titles from 1915 to 1919.[52]
Caucaia Esporte Clube  Brazil Campeonato Cearense 2nd division, 3rd division 2 Title won in 2009, 2019
Caucaia Esporte Clube  Brazil Campeonato Cearense 2nd division, other titles 5 Title won in 2003, 2010, 2020
Crateús Esporte Clube  Brazil Campeonato Cearense 3nd division 2 Title won in 2004, 2010
Maracanã Esporte Clube  Brazil Campeonato Cearense 2nd division 1 Title won in 2012
Associação Desportiva Iguatu  Brazil Campeonato Cearense 2nd division, 3rd division 2 Title won in 2017, 2012
Itapipoca Esporte Clube  Brazil Campeonato Cearense 2nd division, 3rd division 2 Title won in 2002, 2013
Uruburetama Futebol Clube  Brazil Campeonato Cearense 3rd division 1 Title won in 2011
Sobradinho Esporte Clube  Brazil Campeonato Brasiliense 3 Titles won in 1985, 1986, 2018
Associação Atlética Luziânia  Brazil Campeonato Brasiliense 2 Titles won in 2014, 2016
Ceilândia Esporte Clube  Brazil Campeonato Brasiliense 2 Titles won in 2010, 2012
Sociedade Atlético Ceilandense  Brazil Campeonato Brasiliense second division 1 Title won in 2009
Bosque Formosa Esporte Clube  Brazil Campeonato Brasiliense second division 1 Title won in 1999
Paranoá Esporte Clube  Brazil Campeonato Brasiliense second division 2 2004, 2019
Capital Clube de Futebol  Brazil Campeonato Brasiliense second division, third division 3 Second division won in 2005, 2018, Third division won in 2009
Real Noroeste Capixaba Futebol Clube  Brazil Copa Espírito Santo 4 2011, 2013, 2014, 2019
Paranoá Esporte Clube  Brazil Campeonato Capixaba 1 2017
Linhares Futebol Clube  Brazil Campeonato Capixaba 1 2007
Esporte Clube Aracruz  Brazil Campeonato Capixaba 1 2012
Estrela do Norte Futebol Clube  Brazil Campeonato Capixaba 1 2014
Sociedade Desportiva Serra Futebol Clube  Brazil Campeonato Capixaba 1 Titles won in 1999, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2008, and 2018.
Vitória Futebol Clube (ES)  Brazil Campeonato Capixaba 3
Anápolis  Brazil Campeonato Goiano[52] 1 1965
Itumbiara Esporte Clube  Brazil Campeonato Goiano[52] 1 2008
CR Atlético Catalano  Brazil Campeonato Goiano[52] 1 1967, 2004
Goiânia Esporte Clube  Brazil Campeonato Goiano[52] 5 Five Titles won in 1950–1954.
Associação Esportiva Jataiense  Brazil Campeonato Goiano second division 2 2002, 2020
Grêmio Esportivo Anápolis  Brazil Campeonato Goiano 2 Campeonato Goiano won in 2021, other title is Campeonato Goiano second division
Jaraguá Esporte Clube  Brazil Campeonato Goiano second division, third division 2 Campeonato Goiano second division won in 2019, third divions won in 2017
Goiatuba Esporte Clube  Brazil Campeonato Goiano 1 1992
Trindade Atlético Clube  Brazil Campeonato Goiano third division 1 2005
Itauçu Esporte Clube  Brazil Campeonato Goiano third division 1 2006
Sociedade Imperatriz de Desportos  Brazil Campeonato Maranhense 3 2005, 2015, 2019
Bacabal Esporte Clube  Brazil Campeonato Maranhense 1 1996
Sabiá Futebol Clube  Brazil Campeonato Maranhense second division 1 2011
Nova Mutum Esporte Clube  Brazil Campeonato Mato-Grossense first and second division 2 First division title won in 2020 and second division in 2019.
Mixto EC  Brazil Campeonato Mato-Grossense 2 1 star represent 10 titles.
CE Operário Várzea-Grandense  Brazil Campeonato Mato-Grossense 12 Titles won in 1964, 1967, 1968, 1972, 1973, 1983, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1994, 1995, and 2002.
Cacerense Esporte Clube  Brazil Campeonato Mato-Grossense, Copa FMF 2 1 star represent Campeonato Mato-Grossense, 1 star represent Copa FMF
Sociedade Esportiva Vila Aurora  Brazil Campeonato Mato-Grossense first division, second division, third division, Copa FMF 4 Each star represent 1 title
União Esporte Clube  Brazil Campeonato Mato-Grossense 1 Title won in 2010.
Clube Atlético Matogrossense  Brazil Campeonato Mato-Grossense 5 Titles won in 1946, 1950, 1955, 1956, and 1957.
Sinop Futebol Clube  Brazil Campeonato Mato-Grossense 3 Titles won in 1990, 1998, and 1999.
Luverdense Esporte Clube  Brazil Campeonato Mato-Grossense 3 Titles won in 2009, 2012, and 2016.
Sorriso Esporte Clube  Brazil Campeonato Mato-Grossense 2 Titles won in 1992, and 1993.
Costa Rica Esporte Clube  Brazil Campeonato Sul-Mato-Grossense 1 2021
Clube Desportivo Sete de Setembro  Brazil Campeonato Sul-Mato-Grossense Campeonato Sul-Mato-Grossense – Série B 2 Campeonato Sul-Mato-Grossense first division won in 2016, second division won in 2005
Esporte Clube Águia Negra  Brazil Campeonato Sul-Mato-Grossense 4 2007, 2012, 2019, 2020
Corumbaense Futebol Clube  Brazil Campeonato Mato-Grossense 4 1984, 2017
Sociedade Esportiva e Recreativa Chapadão  Brazil Campeonato Mato-Grossense Campeonato Sul-Mato-Grossense – Série B 4 1995, 2013, 2009, 2014
Ipatinga  Brazil Campeonato Mineiro[52] 1 Title won in 2005.[52]
EC Democrata  Brazil Taça Minas Gerais, Campeonato Mineiro Second Level 3 Taça Minas Gerais title won in 1981, Campeonato Mineiro Second Level title won in 2005 and 2016
Esporte Clube Mamoré  Brazil Campeonato Citadino de Patos de Minas 6 Titles won in 1956, 1969, 1971, 1973, 1974, 1989
União Recreativa dos Trabalhadores  Brazil Taça Minas Gerais, Campeonato Mineiro de Futebol – Módulo II 3
Uberaba Sport Club  Brazil Taça Minas Gerais 3 Title won in 1989, 2009, 2010
AA Caldense  Brazil Campeonato Mineiro 1 Title won in 2002.
EC Siderúrgica  Brazil Campeonato Mineiro 2 Titles won in 1937, 1964.
Independente Atlético Clube de Tucuruí  Brazil Campeonato Paraense 2 Campeonato Paraense 2011, Campeonato Paraense Second Division 2009
Cametá Sport Club  Brazil Campeonato Paraense 1 Title won in 2012
São Francisco Futebol Clube (PA)  Brazil Campeonato Paraense second division 1 1997
Bragantino Clube do Pará  Brazil Campeonato Paraense second division 3 2002, 2011, 2017
Paragominas Futebol Clube  Brazil Campeonato Paraense second division 1 2012
Clube Atlético Vila Rica  Brazil Taça ACLEP 1 2008
Náutico  Brazil Campeonato Pernambucano 6 For six consecutive titles won from won from 1963 to 1968[52]
Salgueiro Atlético Clube  Brazil Campeonato Pernambucano, Campeonato Pernambucano second division, Copa Pernambuco 3 First Division won in 2020, Second Division won in 2007, Cup won in 2005.
Sports Society Ypiranga Futebol Clube  Brazil Campeonato Pernambucano second division, Copa Pernambuco, Copa dos Clubes Profissionais do Interior 3 2004, 1994, 1994
Central Sport Club  Brazil Campeonato Pernambucano second division 1 1999
Associação Acadêmica e Desportiva Vitória das Tabocas  Brazil Campeonato Pernambucano second division 4 2006, 2009, 2014, 2020
Associação Acadêmica e Desportiva Vitória das Tabocas  Brazil Campeonato Pernambucano second division, Copa Pernambuco 3
Flamengo Esporte Clube de Arcoverde  Brazil Campeonato Pernambucano second division 2 1996, 2016
Pesqueira Futebol Clube  Brazil Campeonato Pernambucano second division 1 2017
River Atlético Clube  Brazil Campeonato Piauiense 4 Three stars represent 30 titles, one star is unknown.
Esporte Clube Flamengo  Brazil Campeonato Piauiense 1 One star represent 10 titles.
Parnahyba Sport Club  Brazil Campeonato Piauiense 1 One star represent 10 titles.
4 de Julho  Brazil Campeonato Piauiense 4 Titles won in 1992, 1993, 2011, and 2020.
Associação Atlética Corisabbá  Brazil Campeonato Piauiense 1 1995
Associação Atlética de Altos  Brazil Campeonato Piauiense 3 2017, 2018, 2021
Sociedade Esportiva Picos  Brazil Campeonato Piauiense 4 1991, 1994, 1997, 1998
Sociedade Esportiva Tiradentes  Brazil Campeonato Piauiense 5 1972, 1974, 1975, 1982, 1990
Piauí Esporte Clube  Brazil Campeonato Piauiense 4 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969
Nova Iguaçu Futebol Clube  Brazil Campeonato Carioca 1 one of the Rio de Janeiro state champion
Casimiro de Abreu Esporte Clube  Brazil Campeonato Carioca third division, fourth division, one star is unknown 3 2002, 2000
Esporte Clube Rio São Paulo  Brazil Campeonato Carioca third division 1 2019
Associação Cultural e Desportiva Potiguar  Brazil Campeonato Potiguar 2 2004, 2013
Globo Futebol Clube  Brazil Copa RN 1 2014
Associação Cultural Esporte Clube Baraúnas  Brazil Campeonato Potiguar Copa RN 2 2006, 2004, 2007
Associação Sportiva Sociedade Unida  Brazil Campeonato Potiguar Copa RN 2 Both titles won at 2009.
Alecrim Futebol Clube  Brazil Campeonato Potiguar 7 Titles won at 1924, 1925, 1963, 1964, 1968, 1985, and 1986.
Grêmio Esportivo Bagé  Brazil Campeonato Gaúcho 1 1925
Esporte Clube Novo Hamburgo  Brazil Campeonato Gaúcho 1 2017
Sport Club Rio Grande  Brazil Campeonato Gaúcho first and second division 3 (1+2) 1936, 1962, 2014
Grêmio Esportivo Brasil  Brazil Campeonato Gaúcho 1 1919
Grêmio Atlético Farroupilha  Brazil Campeonato Gaúcho 1 1935
Esporte Clube Pelotas  Brazil Campeonato Gaúcho Recopa Gaúcha 3 1930, 2014, 2020
Tupy Futebol Clube  Brazil Campeonato Gaúcho third division 1 2013
Associação Esportiva São Borja  Brazil Campeonato Gaúcho third division 1 2018
Futebol Clube Marau  Brazil Campeonato Gaúcho third division 1 2015
Clube Esportivo Aimoré  Brazil Campeonato Gaúcho third division 1 2012
Clube Esportivo Bento Gonçalves  Brazil Copa FGF 1 2004
Guajará Esporte Clube  Brazil Campeonato Rondoniense 1 Title won in 2000.
Vilhenense Esportivo Clube  Brazil Campeonato Rondoniense 1 Title won in 2019.
Porto Velho Esporte Clube  Brazil Campeonato Rondoniense 2 Titles won in 2020 and 2021.
Sport Club Genus de Porto Velho  Brazil Campeonato Rondoniense 1 Title won in 2015.
Rondoniense Social Clube  Brazil Campeonato Rondoniense 1 Title won in 2016.
Ji-Paraná Futebol Clube  Brazil Campeonato Rondoniense, Campeonato Rondoniense Second division 10 (9+1) Red stars for First division titles at 1991, 1992, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, and 2012; Gold star for Second division title at 2011.
Vilhena Esporte Clube  Brazil Campeonato Rondoniense 5 Titles won in 2005, 2009, 2010, 2013, and 2014.
Sociedade Esportiva União Cacoalense  Brazil Campeonato Rondoniense 2 Titles won in 2003 and 2004.
Real Ariquemes Esporte Clube  Brazil Campeonato Rondoniense

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