In 1916 one of the club's founding students paired a cream-coloured shirt with some navy trousers he took from his father's wardrobe and created Club América's original kit. The 2017/18 away kit disrupts that traditional white base with a modern geometric pattern across the shoulders inspired by the feathers of an eagle—the club's symbol. That club pride also shows with an eagle detail printed inside the shirt's collar.
Aside from a brief period during which the club changed its name to 'Club Unión', the crest's design has stayed relatively consistent over the years: Club América's initials over the American continent, encircled within a football.
On Columbus Day in 1916 two collegiate football teams combined to create a club that could compete on a higher level. Commemorating the holiday, they named it Club América. Since then, they’ve won a massive collection of silverware, including 5 Copa Mexico titles and 12 league titles, and they were the first Mexican club to play internationally. Today ‘The Eagles’ play in the largest stadium in Latin America: Estadio Azteca, where their Royal Eagle circles the pitch before each match, landing on the match ball while supporters, the Barra, chant "Ódiame Más" ("Hate me more").
Nicknames: Las Águilas ("The Eagles"), Las Azulcremas ("The Blue-Creams")
Stadium: Estadio Azteca, Mexico City, Mexico
- Dri-FIT fabric helps keep you dry and comfortable
- Breathable Dri-FIT fabric delivers optimal ventilation
- Raglan sleeves and side insets for mobility
- Rib collar provides a snug, comfortable fit
- Replica design with team details for pride