Spanish team change name to ‘Flat Earth FC’ in support of conspiracy theory

Spanish fourth division aspect Mostoles Balompie will now be recognized as ‘Flat Earth FC’ because the membership’s president vows to ‘unite the voices of tens of millions of flat earth motion followers’ in support of his team.

Javi Poves, the 32-year-old president of the Madrid-based outfit, introduced information of the overhaul on the club’s website, including that the official badge of the membership will now be a picture depicting the earth as a flat disk. 

Football is the most well-liked sport and has probably the most affect worldwide, so making a membership devoted to the flat earth motion is one of the simplest ways to have a continuing presence in the media,” Poves mentioned, maybe hinting that the transfer was designed in half to generate controversy on-line.

The transfer comes in support of the perimeter group of individuals who imagine that humanity has been lied to for hundreds of years as to the true form of the earth.

The motion, with its believers referred to as ‘Flat Earthers’, states that there is no such thing as a observable proof to affirm that the earth is a globe (or oblate spheroid) and that NASA and the United States authorities have propagated a conspiracy to maintain humanity in the dark as to the true nature of the earth.