Sporting Apostrophes

Pele's love-children finally unite!

Posted on June 24, 2008

A legend is born

Posted under Announcements, Fashion, Press releases

Sporting Apostrophes Logo

The Sporting Apostrophes official club badge was unveiled today at a packed press conference in east London.

Any die-hard Apostrophes fan will immediately recognise the significance of the various components of the badge; to help the ignorant:

  • The badge boasts an officially licensed likeness of Pele, smiling broadly after yet another devastating Super A’s performance.
  • The two golden footballs represent Pele’s generous, loving plums (refer to the history section of this website for more information).
  • The motto “A ATROX INIQUITAS” – “A terrible injustice” in Latin.
  • The badge features three gold stars, the meaning of which is a terrible, terrible secret.

Officially licensed merchandise will be available from all good sports retailers shortly.
Sporting Apostrophes Shirt Mockup Yellow
Sporting Apostrophes Shirt Mockup White

4 Responses to “A legend is born”

  1. Floating Puffer Says:

    Looks more like John Barnes than Pele

  2. Love the logo – boo to yellow!

  3. Tragically, the embroidery firm say it’s too difficult for them to do! A revised version will appear in the not-too-distant future.

  4. We could get it done in that polyflex stuff, you can print what you like with that.