Last modified: 2010-12-17 by rob raeside
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image by Klaus-Michael Schneider, 29 October 2010
The club is located in the South of Birmingham. Its arena is located at Billesley Common. The club was established in 1873.
The flag is a 6-stripes flag with horizontal alternating black and red
stripes, like the colours of the trikots. In the middle shifted to the top is a
modification of the badge/shield of the club on black background depicted in
white Pietra Sancta code. Below the shield are white capitals “MRFC”(1st line)
“CENTENARY”(2nd line) and “1873-1973”(3rd line). The 1st line’s capitals are
The shield normally would be silver divided by a red fess. The fess is superimposed by a silver rampant griffin flanked by two shells of the same colour. The silver fields are superimposed by three black griffin’s(?) heads tongued red in a black circle ordered 2(top) : 1(bottom).
Source: I spotted this flag at Billesley Common on 2 October 2010.
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 29 October 2010