1972 FC

1972FC is truly an inspiration behind the glory days of Malaysian football and commemorates the biggest achievement for the football team thus far. Malaysia’s first taste in Olympics came in 1972 during the Munich games while Mokhtar Dahari (better known as Supermokh) was considered one of the best player in Asia during that time. 1972 FC is an amateur football team and a creative sub-brand of OBSCR based in Malaysia.
"The mascot is very much inspired by the chronicles of ‘Sang Kancil’ (mouse deer) which is widely popular among Malaysians as it was introduced during schooling days. It depicts about a clever Kancil. who is weak and small yet cunning! Sang Kancil uses its intelligent to fool the other animals to escape from trouble.

The mouse deer best represents 1972FC as the animal it very versatile, fast and agile; likewise the thinking and concept behind the brand.

The flower in the logo represents the national flower of Malaysia which is the hibiscus. The flower is found in abundance throughout the country, and for this very reason, was chosen to be the national flower in 1960 by ‘Malaysia's first Prime Minister, Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra Al-Haj." - via 1972fc.com