Capoeira Angola is the original method of the Capoeira art, whose roots come from Africa, while the Capoeira Angola type was established only in Brazil. The inspiration for Capoeira Angola was the movements of animals, in particular the dance of zebras, which use legs and head to fight. The creator of this style was Mestre Pastinha.
Capoeira Angola Capoeiristas dress traditionally. It is a set consisting of black trousers and yellow shirts or a shirt with symbols and group signs. In turn, this is a tradition taken from football clubs whose fan was Mestre Pastinha. The alternative is white trousers with a yellow shirt and a leather belt or with a white T-shirt with a group symbol.