Formerly known as ‘Puebla F.C.’, the newly named Club Puebla have created a badge that tells us much about the club’s history and location. The centre of the crest greatly resembles the Coat of Arms of Puebla City, Mexico, where the team play their home games. In both instances, angels can be seen surrounding the famous Puebla Cathedral, although the flaming football above them is unique to the football team’s crest.
In the bottom right there is a hint of the sash that has been a staple across the jersey of Puebla players for decades, stretching from left hip to the right shoulder. Elsewhere the two golden stars represent the two Mexican Primera División titles that the club have won in their history – coming in the 1982/83 and 1989/90 seasons.