Coritiba Fan Flag (GIF)

Coritiba Foot Ball Club, commonly known as Coritiba and colloquially referred to as "Coxa", is a football club based in Curitiba, Paraná, Brazil that plays in the Brasileirão Série A (2023), the top tier of the Brazilian football league system. This Coritiba Foot Ball Club fan flag (Portuguese: Bandeira do Coritiba Foot Ball Club) consists of the team's official logo and team-colored green-and-white stripes that run from the logo to the edges of the flag. The logo consists of the abbreviation "CFC" and twelve stylized white pine seeds in the middle of a green circle, around which the team name and the state in which the team is located are written. The gold star above the logo represents the club's greatest achievement, the 1985 Brazilian Championship.

Pine seeds are a symbol of the Paraná state and its natural surroundings. Coritiba is based in Curitiba, the capital of Paraná, which is known for its pine forests. The use of pine seeds in the logo reflects the club's strong connection to the region and its natural beauty. The green and white colors in the logo are also traditional in the club's identity, symbolizing hope and purity. Overall, the logo reflects the club's identity and its commitment to excellence in football (soccer) in the state of Paraná, Brazil.

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Team name:Coritiba Foot Ball Club
Team nicknames:Coxa (The Thigh),
Coxa-Branca (The White Thigh),
Glorioso (Glorious)
Team abbreviations:CFC
Location:Curitiba, Paraná, Brazil
Ground:Couto Pereira
League:Série A
Team Colors:Green and White
Second places:0
Seasons in top division:42
Mascot:Vovô ("grandpa", an old man)

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