Bush Bucks F.C.
Formed in 1957 by a passionate group of Liverpool FC supporters (and led by the late Dr. Luswazi - one of the first South African black specialist orthopedic surgeons) Bush Bucks FC has, throughout its history, been one of the leading football clubs in South Africa.
At the centre of the club crest is a "bush buck" - a type of buck from which Bush Bucks FC derives its name. (The club's African name is "Imbabala" which means "buck".)
The crest also shows the full club name and its year of formation.
Two versions of the official club crest are shown on this page (both dominated by the club's primary colours of gold and black):
(i) As used on posters, websites and other advertising material (top right).
(ii) As used on the team playing kit and other clothing / merchandise (left).
The Bush Bucks FC club motto is "Together Forever".
Located in East London, the club is the only representative in the Premier Soccer League from the Eastern Cape province of South Africa.
Thanks to Marcine Featherstone, Marketing Manger at Bush Bucks FC, for the above crest and information.
Football Crests of South Africa