British Football Club Toyko
Formed in 1980 by Gordon Liversidge, when the original British Embassy team in Tokyo was disbanded, British Football Club Toyko continues to flourish in the local leagues.
The club crest - as it is seen today - was created in early 1998 by Sid Lloyd, the team's captain. This is in fact a third design of the crest following two earlier versions used during 1997.
The design shows the flags of Japan and Great Britain merging into one another (indicating the club is predominantly a British one playing in Japan) and being linked by a football (representing the sport played by the club).
The full club name and its year of formation complete the striking crest.
Thanks to Sid Lloyd, Club Captain at BFC Tokyo, for the above crest and information.
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