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Portuguese Football Federation

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The Portuguese Football Federation (FPF) GOIH ComB (Portuguese: Federação Portuguesa de Futebol [fɨdɨɾɐsˈɐ̃w poɾtuɡwˈezɐ dɨ futɨbˈɔɫ]) is the governing body of football in Portugal.

The Portuguese Football Federation flies a white flag with its symbol centered. This symbol is already fairly known these days: a Cross of Christ with a shield based on the Portuguese lesser coat of arms superimposed. This shield has a red bordure without the castles but with the initials "FPF" in the upper part, in gold. The inner shield is white and contains the five “quinas” just like the national arms. All the red elements are contained within golden fimbriation.


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Symmetric, Closed shape, Colorful, Contains both straight and curved lines, Has no crossing lines.

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