The lions on the badge are dark blue, and they are surrounded with red and white English roses.
The lions are bluey-navy sort of colour.
the colour is white and has a badge with 3 loins
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Can someone tell me what the 10 RED ROSES stand for on the England Football Emblem
The flag is a plain white field with the traditional English Three Lions (King Richard's) and ten red-white roses (of the Lancaster-York peace in the XVth Century).
the English invented football writing the rules for it in 1863.... if you notice on alot of the European clubs badges (Barcelona, ac milan) they have the English flag on their badge, this is because English people started up these clubs. Nope, it is likely that the English developed the modern game. No,English invented football
The English flag doesn't, it is the st George's cross. However the English FA badge worn on the football shirts has 3 lions and 10 Tudor roses to denote the 10 divisions of football at the time of if the coat of arms creation.
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Simply because it is a football club.
The rampant lion on the badge is from the royal arms of Scotland.
If a player had the number 201 under his badge, that would mean that he is the 201st player to play for England in that specific form of the game
English: Badge Japanese: バッジ pronunciation: Bajji
One can purchase a Manchester United football team badge online from several different places. Some of the places online that one can purchase a Manchester United football team badge are: Daily Mall, and World Soccer Shop.
arsenal means lots of weapons , they are called the gunners for that so they have a gunner on there badge , simple as .
Badge, it's the same in both English and French.
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It is an abbreviation of "Svenska FotbollsFörbundet", which can be translated as The Swedish Football Association.
The first international match of an english national team (in any sport) is a Rugby match between England and Scotland dated 1871. England choose to wear white because it was the color of the sporting activities at the Rugby school. When in 1872 the national football team made its first match, they inherited the color. Note that untill 1980's, England's kit was all white. Just in the 1980'a Admiral technical sponsor introduced a fancy design which added blue and red elements which could erroneously recall the colors of the U.K. Flag, but are an hommage to the colors of the badge of the Football Association.
The German football badge contains an eagle (Germany's national symbol) and the words Deutscher Fussball-Bund which translates as German Football Association