Can You Identity Which Country These Soccer Crests Are From?

There are thousands of soccer clubs around the world, from the famous European giants to the lowly third-division North American teams that you've never heard of. And every team has a crest, the uniting symbol worn on the chest of both players and supporters.

In this quiz, we will show you a team crest/logo, and you have to tell us which country the team calls home. Some are harder than others! Good luck!
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This logo belongs to Borussia Dortmund, who play in Germany and have won over dozen domestic trophies and a single Champions League title.
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Don't let the stars and stripes confuse you, this logo actually belongs to Atletico Madrid, who play in Spain's capital city and have a local rivalry with Real Madrid.
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Tigres plays in Monterrey, Mexico, and are typically one of the best and richest teams in Liga MX.
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The Columbus Crew were one of the original teams in Major League Soccer, although they recently re-branded away from this classic crest.
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Santos FC is famous for being the team that Pele played for, where the Brazilian legend made 638 appearances and scored 619 goals. More recently, they produced Neymar Jr. and sold him to Barcelona in 2013.
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One of the coolest logos in soccer belongs to the Wolverhampton Wanders, known to most simply by their nickname "The Wolves."
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Don't let the four-leaf clover fool you. Celtic FC actually play in Glasgow, Scotland.
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Greek football isn't as strong as other European countries, but Panathinaikios regularly competes in the Champions League and challenges Olympiacos for domestic trophies.
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Arsenal are nicknamed "The Gunners," partly due to the cannon on their crest. They are one of the biggest teams in England, and play in the capital city of London.
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AC Milan are one of the oldest and most successful clubs in Italy, with 18 FIFA and UEFA trophies, 18 league titles, and a dozen domestic cup wins.
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Benfica is one of Portugal's biggest teams, playing out of Lisbon. Their Latin motto translates to "Out of many, one."
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CSKA Moscow is the oldest club in Russia, dating back to 1911.
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Don't let the crown confuse you, this crest belongs to Real Salt Lake, who play in Salt Lake City, Utah -- where they don't speak Spanish or have a monarchy.
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Besiktas is one of the biggest clubs in Turkey, playing out of Istanbul and competing with Galatasaray for domestic dominance.
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Boca Juniors are one of the biggest clubs in Argentina, and boast 33 first division championships, a dozen domestic cup wins, and also one of the clubs that Diego Maradona played for.
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Valencia was actually threatened with a lawsuit by DC Comics over the bat symbol on their crest, but the matter was eventually settled -- the team has been using a bat on their logo longer than Batman has existed.
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Club America in one of the biggest clubs in Mexico, playing in the capital Mexico City and using the world famous Estadio Azteca as their home field.
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Internazionale aka Inter Milan has won 30 domestic trophies in Italy, and three Champions League titles.
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Even the most casual soccer fans can recognize the Real Madrid logo, one of the biggest clubs in the world.
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PSV Eindhoven is one of the biggest clubs in the Netherlands, with 24 First Division championships and nine domestic wins.
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You call yourself a soccer fan? Expand your football horizons!
Not bad. But not great either.
Well done! You nailed most of those logos!
Brilliant! A sublime piece of football trivia wizardry! You really know your stuff!