FC Boca Ballintim
FC Boca Ballintim was formed during the Summer of 2003 in Ballintim (County Wicklow) by Eddie O'Byrne who gathered a group of friends (who were holidaying in the area at the time) to set up the, so far very successful, new club.
The club's crest was designed by player James O'Byrne. At its heart is a combined cross and sword.
The cross symbolises God while the sword represents every battle fought by an Irish warrior in Ballintim.
Much of the inspiration behind FC Boca Ballintim has come from the legendary Argentinian club, FC Boca Juniors.
The Irish club's colours and the shape of its crest mirror those of 'The Juniors', while the first part of the clubs' names are also identical (FC Boca).
The remaining part of the Irish club's name, "Ballintim", is both the birth place of the club and where most of the current team own mobile homes (in a local caravan park).
Thanks to Lydia O'Byrne, PR Director at FC Boca Ballintim, for the above crest and information.