Triangle United F.C. – Chiredzi, Zimbabwe
Established in 1972, Triangle United are famous with nickname the ‘Sugar Sugar Boys’.
Tottenham Hotspur F.C. – London, England
The club are named after Sir Henry Percy, more famous as Sir Harry Hotspur, an English nobleman who is the descendants owner of many land in the area.
Salsa Ballers F.C.- George Hill, Anguilla
This club’s logo actually features a red pepper. How’s weird is that!
Grasshopper Club Zürich – Zürich, Switzerland
Grasshopper are led by Murat Yakin, and is assisted by his little brother, Hakan Yakin. According to FIFA, the origins of the club name are “together in mystery and have sadly evaporated into the course of time”.
Grenades F.C. – St John’s, Antigua
Founded in 1990, Antigua’s Grenades F.C. currently ranks at second position in the country’s Premier Division.
Club The Strongest – La Paz, Bolivia
Originally named ‘The Strong Football Club’, the founders and co-founder Victor Manuel Franco ultimately decided in 1908 that ‘The Strongest’ was better and they eventually went with it.
Miscellaneous S.C. – Serowe, Botswana
Miscellaneous Sporting Club was established in 1962 by Sir Seretse Khama, the first president of the Republic of Botswana
Hard Rock F.C. – Sauteurs, Grenada
Hard Rock is the three-time winner of the Grenada Premier Division and finished runners-up in the Waggy T Super Knockout Championship in 2016.
Humble Lions F.C. – May Pen, Jamaica
Humble Lions came at eighth place in the 2017-18 Red Stripe Premier League and famous for having the smallest stadium in the Jamaican top flight with a capacity of 1,000 which named the Effortville Community Centre.
Lincoln Red Imps F.C. – Gibraltar
The name Gibraltar’s Lincoln Red Imps was inspired by the name of English team Lincoln City F.C., with famous nickname is ‘The Imps’.
The crest of the club looks like the Manchester United logo went off the rails, lost its confidence and trying to hard to hold it all together but couldn’t.