The crest of Deveronvale FC was designed during the early 1970s by local school teacher, Mr. Chris Murray. He chose a 'heraldic' seagull to represent the twin fishing towns of Banff and Macduff (in north-east Scotland).
The club takes its name from the River Deveron and was chosen in 1938 to avoid divisions within the local community by reflecting the fact that the club belonged to both Banff and Macduff, rather than exclusively to either.
Below the shield containing the seagull, the club name makes up the remainder of the crest.
Thanks to Stewart McPherson, Executive Secretary at Deveronvale FC, for the above crest and information.
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