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Mexico - Football clubs: Deportivo Toluca Futbol Club

Toluca; "Diablos Rojos" (Red Devils)

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[Deportivo Toluca Futbol Club flag]
by Juan Manuel Gabino Villascán, September 1, 2002


See:

Deportivo Toluca Futbol Club
Toluca Sports Club

[Deportivo Toluca Futbol Club emblem]
by Juan Manuel Gabino Villascán, September 1, 2002

The emblem is circular bearing the stylized Club initials "CDT" in red in the center surrounded by the whole name also in red. A crown in gold and red appears in the top. The achievemente is adorned by a olive garland for victory.
The flag is a vertical tricolor on red, white and red. The emblem appears in the center of the white stripe that in turn in widther than the red ones.

Juan Manuel Gabino Villascán, September 1, 2001.


Deportivo Toluca FC "2000 Champions" flag

[Club Deportivo Toluca '2000 champions' flag]
by Juan Manuel Gabino Villascán, September 1, 2002

The flag was displayed on Tuesday, June 6, 2000, during the burial ceremony of Nemesio Díez, founder, owner and, until then, president of the Club Deportivo Toluca. It is also shown the Club's headquarters in Metepec, México a bordering municipatility to Toluca, capital of the State.
The flag consists of a field divided verticaly into red, white, red (1-1.5-1) with the emblem added with six red five-pointed stars forming an arc above the shield. The stars represent the championships won by the club in Mexican football history. The word "campeón" (champion) written the the lower part bellow the shield.
Juan Manuel Gabino Villascán, September 1, 2001.


Deportivo Toluca FC former flag and logo

[Flag as 'Club Deportivo Toluca']
by Juan Manuel Gabino Villascán, September 1, 2002

[Emblem as 'Club Deportivo Toluca']
by Juan Manuel Gabino Villascán, September 1, 2002

It seems, since the Mr. Nemesio Díez's death (June 2000), the club's official or legal name changes from "Club Deportivo Toluca" (Toluca Sports Club) to "Deportivo Toluca Futbol Club". It was reflected in the logo and flag.
Juan Manuel Gabino Villascán, September 1, 2002

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