They represent the eight original founding teams of the UEFA Champions League.
Barcelona, Monaco, S.Moscow, Milan, Porto, W.Bremen, Anderlecht, Galatasaray.
Rangers, Marseille, AC Milan, IFK Goteborg, Club Brugge, Porto, CSKA Moscow and PSV Eindhoven
Since the 1960's there has been three different logos for the National Football League. I'm not exactly sure how many stars are on the 1960's logo I'm guessing it's like the 1970's logo which consisted of 25 stars. But the 2008 logo now only consists of 8 stars.
Actually, there are eight stars, representing the league's eight divisions.
The UEFA badge of honour was introduced for the start of the 2000-01 competition. The badge itself adorns the left sleeve of the team's shirt during Champions League and UEFA Cup matches. It is a navy blue oval on which is an outline of the current trophy in white, overlaid with part of the Champions League starball logo. Above the trophy is the total number of titles held by the club. Five clubs have kept the actual trophy, and so have been awarded the badge of honour: * Real Madrid CF after six wins, 1956-60 and 1966. They have since won it three more times, in 1998, 2000, and 2002. * AFC Ajax after their third consecutive win in 1973. They won a fourth in 1995. * FC Bayern München, after their third consecutive win in 1976. They won a fourth in 2001. * AC Milan, after their fifth title in 1994. They have since won it twice more, in 2003 and 2007. * Liverpool FC, after their fifth title in 2005.
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Unfortunately, it is not known as to why Paramount Pictures lost two stars on their logo. Currently, however, it is said that they have 22 stars on their Logo.
the eagle represents italy<3, the stars represent how many times they have won the league, and the Latin writing says pride in battle
The 1960's logo has 24, after the 1970's it has 22
The logo represents the five stars of the Southern Cross.
The four divisions