List of association football mascots

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The following is a list of mascots of Association football teams, sorted by the country in whose league they appear.

Australia[edit]

Brazil[edit]

Canada[edit]

England and Wales[edit]

Many now take part in the Mascot Grand National held each year at Kempton Park Racecourse. and at the annual Mascot Olynmpics held in Milton Keynes.

Germany[edit]

Honduras[edit]

Italy[edit]

Korea Republic[edit]

  • AguileonSuwon Samsung Bluewings
  • Horse - Seongnam Ilhwa Chunma
  • SSID - FC Seoul
  • Cheetah - Anyang LG Cheetahs
  • Korean Dragon (seen in the former crest)- Chunnam Dragons
  • Dragon (current) Dolphin (former, POSCO Dolphins) - Pohang Steelers
  • Bear - Daejeon Citizen
  • Red-Crowned Crane - Incheon United
  • Orange - Jeju
  • Tiger - Ulsan Hyundai Motors
  • Antropomorphic Cat and a Winged Car - Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors
  • Bird - Bucheon FC 1995,
  • Eagle - Hallelujah FC
  • Swallow - Kookmin Bank FC
  • Baekho, the White Tiger - Korea Republic national football team

Mexico[edit]

Mexican First Division (Liga MX)[edit]

Mexican First A Division (Ascenso MX)[edit]

Northern Ireland[edit]

Portugal[edit]

Scotland[edit]

Roary – Scotland National Team

Spain[edit]

  • L'avi del Barça (Grandfather) - FC Barcelona
  • Clam (one-eyed human figure) - FC Barcelona (former, mascot of the Centenary in 1999-00 season)
  • Indi (racoon with an Apache hat) - Atletico de Madrid
  • Locco (a heart with arms and feet) - Sevilla FC
  • Perico (a parakeet) - FC Espanyol
  • Palmerín (a palm) - Betis Sevilla
  • Super Rat (a bat) - Valencia FC
  • Leo (a lion with crown and cape) - Real Zaragoza
  • Pucelo (former, a castle tower) - Real Valladolid (former)
  • Pepe Zorrillo (a fox dressed as a knight) - Real Valladolid (current)
  • Groguet (an antropomorphic submarine) - Villareal
  • Bokeman (a sardine) - Malaga CF
  • Datigol (a fox) - Elche CF
  • Winged Bear - Getafe FC
  • Zete (a bat) - Albacete Balompié
  • Harrotxu (a lion) - Athletic Bilbao
  • Atotxo (a superhero) - Real Sociedad
  • Rojillo (a boy wearing a red and black uniform and a Txapela (the basque berret) - Real Osasuna (former)
  • Gelu and Gelin (two angels) - Real Oviedo
  • Granota Boja (a frog) - Levante CF
  • Tula, the cow - Racing Santander
  • Pica Pica, the bee - Rayo Vallecano
  • Babazorro (a fox) - Deportivo Alavés
  • Celestino - Celta Vigo
  • El Jabato (a boar) - Mirandés CF
  • Dimonio (a devil) - RCD Mallorca
  • Nocho (a duck with a horned helmet) - Celta Vigo (former)
  • Koki, the crocodile - Cordoba CF
  • Carmany (a figure based on Charlemagne) - Girona Futbol Club
  • Pio Pio, the canary bird - UD Las Palmas
  • Ferreret - CD Atlético Baleares
  • Ruralito (an antropomorphized wheat plant, based on Caja Rural's logo) - Zamora CF
  • Romanito (a Roman soldier) - UD Mérida
  • Pimentin (a white and red pepper) - Real Murcia (former)
  • Sumi, the submarine - FC Cartagena
  • Nasticus (a Roman soldier) - Gimnastic de Tarragona
  • Elio-Doro, the elephant - CD Tenerife
  • Roelio, the bone - Pontevedra CF
  • Quillo (a man with Xerez uniform) - Xerez CD
  • Pepinero, the cucumber - CD Leganés
  • Eskorpius, the scorpion - Orihuela CF
  • Gualdy, the wolf - Barakaldo CF
  • TiVo, the bat - Alcoyano CF
  • Teo Maximo (an eagle dressed as a Roman soldier) - Gimnastica Segoviana
  • Akarón, the horse - Narón BP
  • Balastero, the bear - Palencia CF
  • Señor Gol (a figure with a football as head and a hat) - CD Logroñés
  • Goli, the dog - Liga Profisional de Futbol (former, lasted 1991-95 seasons)
  • Estrellito, the star - Liga Profisional de Futbol (former, 1998-99 season)
  • Manolo el del Bombo - Spanish National Football Team (not official)

OBS: Real Madrid, UD Almeria, Deportivo La Coruna, UD Salamanca, CF Numancia and Sporting Gijon are the only clubs to not have an official mascot

Thailand[edit]

Turkey[edit]

United States/Canada[edit]

Major League Soccer

United Soccer Leagues

See also[edit]

External links[edit]

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References[edit]