Histoty embleme FC Liverpool & Liverbird
                 -   1992              1992  -
  Badge History

  The Club badge is made up of various integral elements as follows:

  The 'Liver Bird' is an imaginary cross between an eagle and a cormorant. When Liverpool was granted city status by King John, an impression of the Liver Bird was incorporated into the wax which sealed the charter. Ever since, the Liver Bird has become a traditional symbol of the City of Liverpool and is therefore an integral part of the badge of L.F.C.

  In addition, 'You'll Never Walk Alone' is the famous anthem of the Club. The current logo incorporates this moto along with a representation of the iron curlicues of the 'Shankly Gates'.

  The flame is symbolic, and honours the memory of the 96 Liverpool supporters who died in the Hillsborough tragedy in 1989.

  Taken WITH PERMISSION from an official Liverpool F.C. booklet
Liverbird in Liverpool

                                        Flag King John 1350 year.





                                                Royal Liverbuilding


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