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image by José C. Alegría DíazThis is how the flag appears at a page that covers the entire history of Grêmio flags. The star represents the sole Grêmio player on the 1970 World Cup team. I believe this is the official flag.
This is a very good page with the four flags Grêmio had over history. It can
also be reached by going to this Grêmio
home page, then click on Cultura Tricolor on the left menu. Now on
Bandeiras on the menu on the left.
José C. Alegría Díaz, 13 May 2002
The direct URL is www.gremiosite.com/bandeiras.htm.
Jorge Candeias, 13 May 2002
Another version of this flag is at this unofficial fan's site;
both are more or less consistent with what's described in the club statute at the official club
site (drag over Conselho deliberativo and click Estatuto e
Regimento Interno. Article 3 can be summarized as "Two triangles, a red one
based on the left and a white one on the right, with the club's initials
interlaced in the upper left corner in white and the date of the club's
foundation below them."
Joseph McMillan, 11 May 2002
E.C. Juventude of Caxias do Sul (Rio Grande do Sul), played in the national
second division this year. Eleven green and white stripes with the club logo in
the center. This is from a photo of a large flag in the stands at the club website, so is possibly
unofficial. The logo is also from the same site, heavily retouched.
Joseph McMillan, 15 May 2002