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The bear and the stars is basically taken the Madrid city coat of arms. The symbol on the top-left shows a bear reaching for a strawberry tree. This symbol dates back to the 13th century, in which there was an abundance of bears and strawberry trees. Alfonso XI even described Madrid as "a good place for pork and bear".
The seven stars respresent the Ursa Major, with the seven brightest stars forming the Big Dipper. Ursa Major is Latin for "Great Bear" so the bear reference is still there. The points on each star represent the five neighboring provinces to Madrid: Segovia, Ãvila, Guadalajara, Cuenca and Toledo.
The red and white stripes were put onto the logo because of the color of the team's jerseys. The original color of the Atletico Madrid jerseys was half-and-half between blue and white, ala Blackburn Rovers. This was also the color that Athletic Bilbao used on their jerseys, as Athletic Bilbao and Athletic de Madrid (Atlético''s original name) were technically the same club but separated into different branches.
The red and white is also said to have been the colors of the string used in mattresses, with the material being used to make more jerseys. The color of the jerseys were compared to those of mattresses, giving AtlÃ©tico the nickname los colchoneros, the mattress makers.The Atlético Crest and its Meaning
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Club Atlético de Madrid, S.A.D.
Club Atlético de Madrid, S.A.D., commonly known as Atlético Madrid, is a Spanish football club based in Madrid who play in La Liga. Atlético have won both La Liga and the Copa del Rey on nine occasions, including a double in 1996; in Europe, they won the European Cup Winners' Cup in 1962, were European Cup runners-up in 1974, won the Intercontinental Cup in 1975, and won the Europa League in 2010, where Los Colchoneros ended their 48-year wait for continental honors, defeating Fulham 2–1 in the final, which was held at the Hamburg Arena in Hamburg.