The crest of Crockenhill FC first appeared during the late 1940s, not long after the club itself had been formed.
While not much is known about the crest's meaning and history, it seems obvious that there is a strong farming influence in its design, with farm equipment and crops being portrayed.
Crockenhill FC's home ground - Wested Meadow - is surrounded by farmland (and offers spectacular views across the nearby countryside).
It is likely that the crest's colours represent the shirts used by the team (traditionally red) and the countryside surrounding the village of Crockenhill (green).
The letters 'CFC' complete the shield-shaped crest, standing for 'Crockenhill Football Club'.
Thanks to Mike Floate, Secretary and Programme Editor at Crockenhill FC, for the above crest and information.
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