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Ginásio Clube Português Lisboa (Portugal)

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[Ginásio Clube flag (PT)] image by António Martins-Tuválkin, 23 July 1999
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About the flag

Ginásio Clube Português is a Lisbon sports club, and it flies this flag in its headquarters (between Rato and Amoreiras) every sunday along with the national and UE flags (sometimes they had all three poles with club flags, I guess it was when they’re helding competitions or something). It is one of the oldest in Lisboa. The flag consists of the logo of the club (approx. ½ of the height) on a white background with the portuguese national flag in a small canton (approx. ⅓rd × ⅓rd). Adolf Duran shows this flag on his article [drn92] but with a wrongly simplified logo.
António Martins-Tuválkin, 23 July 1999

New flag reported 2010

[Ginásio Clube flag 2010 (PT)] image by António Martins-Tuválkin, 23 July 1999

As per recent in loco observation, I report that the flag used in the outdoor mast does not include the national flag, being otherwise unchanged. It was a curious flag, now it is just boaring.
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António Martins-Tuválkin, 6 Nov 2010

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