0 years ago, in 1927 Deportivo Cruz Azul was founded and was originally based in the town of Jasso up until 1971, where the team then moved. Moving to Mexico City to play at the Estadio Azteca the team again went onto transfer to Estadio Azul, however as of 2018 Deportivo Cruz Azul will return back to their Estadio Azteca, where many of their victories and memories were made!
8 Stars within Deportivo Cruz Azul’s Club Crest
The 1920’s saw the Cruz Azul’s crest remain relatively consistent, featuring a blue cross in a white circle which is surrounded by a red square, however as the team progressed claiming many victories so did their crest. Thanks to Cruz Azul’s achievements in the Liga MX, their crest went under modification. With each victory of the top flight of Mexican football came another star. The most updated Deportivo Cruz Azul’s crest now features 8 stars, in representation of their 8 victories of the Liga MX.
Featured on Deportivo Cruz Azul’s latest home jersey are several sponsorships. Proud to sponsor this Mexican club is Cemento Cruz Azul, Telcel, Tecate and Scotiabank. Cemento Cruz Azul in 1927 actually organized the club Deportivo Cruz Azul, which as you know have now gone onto win many national titles and is the reason why this famous cement company in Mexico has remained on the clubs football shirts!
Alongside the iconic Deportivo Cruz Azul’s crest you will notice yet another iconic logo, the Under Armour badge. Since 2014 the sportswear brand Under Armour have been the official kit suppliers to your beloved Mexican club, doing an outstanding job in producing their kits and training gear to superior high quality. Finishing apparel in their UA HeatGear technology, their garments provide a cool, dry and comfortable feel, keeping you in optimal state as you pledge allegiance.
The home of Deportivo Cruz Azul is Estadio Azul, a stadium located in Mexico City and has a capacity of 33,000. However, it is announced by Mexico City authorities in 2016 that the stadium will be demolished once the season 2017/18 has finished, meaning Cruz Azul will return to their original ground Estadio Azteca for next season!
Francisco Jémez Martín’s side last won the Liga MX title in 1979-80, so why not wear your clubs traditional colors with great pride this campaign to cheer them onto to add to their tally of victories! Mirror the look of your beloved players and celebrate Deportivo Cruz Azul’s 90th anniversary since their foundation with an official replica jersey, in stock for you to order at Soccer Box today.