The current crest of Peel AFC was adopted by the club following a local competition in 1980. The winning entry was submitted by June Parrick.
The crest, seen right, is divided into four sections:
The top-left quarter shows the club name and colours (the red and white stripes representing the team shirts and the black name representing the team's black shorts).
The top-right quarter shows an image of the ruined St German's Cathedral on St Patrick's Isle (part of Peel) believed to date from the 12th century.
The bottom-right quarter displays the 'Three Legs of Man' national emblem on the national flag's background (field) colour of red.
The bottom-left quarter represent the Viking rule of the area between the 9th and 13th centuries.
The four sections are linked by a football, representing the sport played by the club.
Thanks to Colin Moore, Secretary at Peel AFC, for the above crest and information.
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