Maidenhead United F.C.

Maidenhead United FC Crest This interesting crest of Maidenhead United FC was created in 1994, some 124 years after the club's formation.

At the top and bottom, the club name is shown, while the central part of the crest contains three main elements:

(i) Two magpies - the club nickname is 'The Magpies' due to its black and white home colours.

(ii) Two footballs - the balls depict the sport played by the club and display its formation year of 1870.

(iii) A bridge - representing the 16th century bridge in the town of Maidenhead (over the River Thames) which is still in use today.

Thanks to Jon Swan, Vice Chairman at Maidenhead United FC, for the above crest and information.


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Maidenhead United F.C.

  • Club location:
    England
  • Club colours:
    Black & White
  • Club formed:
    1870
  • Crest created:
    1994
  • Stadium:
    York Road
  • Website:
    Maidenhead United F.C.
  • Page added:
    15 Apr 2002
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  • Ownership of the crest(s) on this page belongs to Maidenhead United Football Club

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