Generally, in football, stars are worn around the crest of the jersey to indicate championships won in different leagues. In the case of the Manchester United football club, however, the three stars were added in 1997 as decoration to give the crest a continental feel.
The entire crest consists of an eagle behind a shield, along with the Latin phrase "Superbia In Proelio" below the shield; this translates into the phrase "Pride In Battle." The home colors of the team are blue and white, which are represented on the shield. These colors are a tradition of unknown origin since at least 1892.Learn More
The Tottenham Hotspur football club has won 24 trophies since its founding on Sep. 5, 1882. As of 2014, the last trophy that this North London club won was the League Cup in the 2007 to 2008 season.Full Answer >
Watch a Portland Timbers' home game with the huge supporter section in the north side of Providence Park. As of October 2014, several sections of the stadium are set aside for the Timbers Army.Full Answer >
The "Fox NFL Sunday" show is filmed in Los Angeles each Sunday during the NFL season. The hour-long segment begins at noon EST and broadcasts nationwide on Fox affiliates, while the audio version is played on Fox Sports Radio.Full Answer >
According to the team's website, Manchester United Football Club’s motto is "Youth, Courage, Greatness." The motto is an extension of the club’s charter, mandating that the team have a positive impact on the community and to tackle environmental and social issues using the Manchester United brand to raise awareness about issues. The team's goal is to be the "best football club in the world, both on and off the pitch."Full Answer >