Aruba is an odd choice for a league based in the United States but like many leagues in the US, North America expansion was on everyone's minds. The team has been a middle of the table team for most of their existence. While getting players to live and play in Aruba hasn't been difficult, getting them to concentrate on soccer has been. It has sometimes been to the advantage of the hometown club as opposing teams treat the trip as a vacation and its frequently at the expense of performance. However, Klup Aruba’s only hardware is the 2017 League Cup.
The identity is strongly inspired by the country's flag and colors. "Klup" is dutch for "Club" so in English they would be Club Aruba. But because it’s so close everyone calls them by their true name "Klup Aruba." The team was founded in 1967 and the badge features a stylized A with a soccer ball and the established date. Klup Aruba plays at Oranjestad Stadium and is sponsored by local telecommunications company Setar.
The uniforms are directly inspired by the country's flag with the stripes coming across the chest and around one leg.
Location: Oranjestad, Aruba / Nickname: E Orañe (The Orange) / Stadium: Oranjestad Stadium / Founded: 1967