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Named after the local Atomic Weapons Research Establishment. Bradford Park Avenue. West Bromwich Albion. Acquired when the players played in long shorts [ citation needed ]. A reference to the claret and amber colours of the club's strip . From the name of the ground, Beveree, itself named after a mansion in whose former grounds it is situated. Named after the Black Cat gun battery which stood on the river Wear.
Also references the 'lucky' black cat which 'led' to the team winning the FA Cup . Wycombe Wanderers. Short version of original name, Stevenage Borough. Leamington were the works team for the local Automotive Products factory, which made, amongst other things, aeroplane brakes. Derived from stadium name New Bucks Head previously The Bucks Head which was named after a pub that was formerly situated in one corner of the ground. St Margaretsbury. Due to popularity of canary breeding in Norfolk in the early days of the club.
The home strip became coloured to match the colour of the bird. Since , is [part of] the club's badge.
From the Cardinal red of the red and white shirt halves,  cards being a shortening of the nickname. Kidderminster Harriers. From club's ground, Craven Cottage , which has a cottage in the corner. Short version of name, used by its predecessor club. Derived from the fact that team originally played in the same colour as the 'Dolly Blue' washing tablets. Taken from latter part of 'Wimbledon'. See also Wimbledon F. See Wimbledon F. Introduced during the managership of Malcolm Allison in Origin unknown. FC United of Manchester. Gravesend and Northfleet. Name still in use by commentator Stuart Hall.
Outline of Leicestershire on a map resembles a fox's head, Hunting tradition of the county . Reference to The Crystal Palace. No longer used. Grecians was, for centuries, the nickname for people from the St Sidwells parish of Exeter where the ground is situated. Team was formed from munitions workers at the Royal Arsenal.
Based on shortening of Gateshead , and the local pronunciation of Head. Queens Park Rangers. The club was formed as Manor Works, the works team of the Crittall Window Company, from which they gained their nickname Iron. The club's origins as the football team of Thames Ironworks.
Used more by fans, and on matchdays, than the club's official nickname "The Hammers. Name used by the fans, locals and media on match days and used on the stand has club motto "Ha'way the Lads" fans say "Ganna watch the Lads" True nickname of Sunderland. Name of a bird sometimes known as the 'green linnet'; nickname used for teams that play in green.
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King's Lynn Town F. Also formerly used by its predecessor club King's Lynn F. Also used by related now dissolved Runcorn F. Based on black and white colour of home strip . York Minster is a famous landmark in the city. During the Napoleonic wars the citizens of Hartlepool allegedly hanged a monkey believing it to be a French spy.
Based on initial letter of club name. Before squad numbers on shirts, Orient players wore large letter Os on their shirt backs. Sheffield Wednesday. You need to be a member in order to leave a review. Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy! Already have an account?
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