Nuneaton Borough AFC
This interesting crest of Nuneaton Borough AFC was in fact introduced as recently as August 2000. It came about as a result of a competition amongst the local community to design a new crest / badge for the club and is now featured on all team kits and club leisure wear and stationery.
The bulk of the crest - a shield - is divided into three segments:
The top left segment displays two blue wavy lines which represent the two main rivers that run through Warwickshire (the River Avon and the River Anker).
A bear and staff can be seen in the top right segment of the shield. This is the county emblem of Warwickshire.
In the large lower segment, three black diamonds represent the three old mines / coal pits to be found in Warwickshire.
Finishing off the crest is the club name, displayed on the lower banner, and a football, representing the sport played by Nuneaton Borough AFC.
Thanks to Louise Moore, Office Administrator at Nuneaton Borough AFC, for the above crest and information.
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