Millonarios Shirts

Millonarios Shirts

Millonarios Shirts

Club Deportivo Los Millonarios is a Colombian football team from Bogota. The team was initially created by students from Bogota, but was officially founded on 18th June 1946. The club which has four nicknames (Los Embajadores, El Ballet Azul, Los Albiazules - The White Blues and Millos) has won the most Futbol Profesional Colombiano championships: 13, although the last one came in 1988. Except that, they won Copa Colombia in 1952/53 and 1962/63, Pequena Copa del Mundo de Clubes in 1953 and Copa Merconorte in 2001.

Millonarios 1940s Retro Football Shirt

Millionarios mome matches are played at the Estadio El Campin, a stadium which has capacity of 42000 and is shared with local rivals Independiente Santa Fe. Home kit consists of blue shirt, white shorts and blue socks, while away fixtures are played in white shirts and blue shorts and socks.

Here is the new home shirt of Colombian club Millonarios FC [...]

Colombian team Millonarios FC have launched their new away shirt for 2011/12 which is manufactured by adidas and sponsored by Pepsi. The shirt is mainly gold with blue detail [...]

Colombian football club, Club Deportivo Los Millonarios have revealed their new home shirt for 2011. The club was founded in 1946 and play in Colombia's Premier football league [...]

CD Millonarios is a football club from Colombia and has won 13 domestic championships in its history, which dates back to 1946 [...]

Millonarios have just unveiled their new home shirt manufactured by German shirt makers adidas [...]

In early 1950s Millos were considered one of the best teams in the world and with players such as Alfredo di Stefano (who later became Real Madrid's legend), Adolfo Pedernera, Nestor Raul Rossi and Julio Cozzi they won 4 Colombian Leagues at that time.

Millonarios is also one of only three teams that have played every first division tournament in the country, along with their traditional rivals Independiente Santa Fe and Atl├ętico Nacional.

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