25 Of The Best Club Badges In Asian Football

Chris Wright

26th, February 2013

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By Chris Wright

We’ve already covered South American and African football‘s finest insignia over the past couple of weeks, so it’s bloody well high time that we turn our sights on Asian football’s mostest fantabulous-est club badges.

Here goes…

1. TOT Sport Club, Thailand

TOT are owned by the Thai national telecommunications company and their actual, honest-to-goodness club nickname is “Hello”…

2. Gomback United, Singapore

Bullsh*t…

3. Bangkok Glass Rabbits, Thailand

There are people out there who would probably pay good money for a Bangkok Glass Rabbit…

4. Samut Songkhram FC, Thailand

What could be more terrifying than a mackerel? How about a RAGING MACKEREL?

5. Quingdao Liming, China

Featuring Hello Kitty’s older, camper brother…

6. Shaanxi Guoli, China

Sadly now defunct, Shaanxi live on through their rubbish badge…

7. Shatin Sports Association, Hong Kong

Isn’t this the international sign for “please proceed to the lifeboats in an orderly fashion via the emergency exits”…

8. Hunan Xiangjun, China

Yes, truly “shoking”…

9. FC Suzuka Rampole, Japan

No-one knows quite what to expect, when the Rampoles are in full effect…

10. Aceh United, Indonesia

Clip Art to the rescue…

11. Nagoya Grampus Eight (old logo), Japan

Incredibly well orca-strated…

 

12. Dolphins United, Phillipines

Any resemblance to other club logos you may notice is purely coincidental…

13. FC Ryukyu, Japan

Now that’s just plain cool…

14. Thanh Hoa FC, Vietnam

How very elaborate…

15. Persebaya FC, Indonesia

Ah yes, the eternal battle twixt shark and alligator…

16. Kamatamare Sanuki, Japan

Correct, that’s a bowl of noodles with a football in it…

17. Chunceon FC (old logo), South Korea

Hands up, we’ve got no idea what’s going on here…

18. Persiter Ternate, Indonesia

C’mon boys, you’re not even trying. That’s supposed to be a stingray by the way..

19. Taejon Citizens, South Korea

Big thumbs up…

20. Hello United, Cambodia

Again, sadly defunct (the club became Phnom Penh Crown FC in 2009)…

21. Yongin Citizens FC, South Korea

Glorious. Like the front cover of a Talk Talk album…

22. FC Mito Holly Hock, Japan

Naff name, but that’s a mighty purdy club crest…

23. Montedio Yamagata, Japan

Again, just a straight-up good-lookin’ logo…

24. West Asian Football Federation

Just a bit waff innit?

25. Sunken Garden United, Phillipines

Pathetic, in the truest sense of the word…

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