THE HALF DECENT FOOTBALL MAGAZINE

28 October ~ The messianic dazzle of this club crest informs the outsider that this Club Aurora is a team that aims high. Rather than using hopelessly parochial signifiers as its focus, such as snapshots of the local fauna and infrastructure, Aurora's badge is a gloriously universal abstract. The design company that produced it, Electric Vague, have suggested with this image that Club Aurora aspire to a different league entirely, a footballing utopia where all teams exist in one golden division with no relegation and just a nice handshake in May for the champions from an elderly dandy in white gloves. Read more

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