THE HISTORY OF THE
MOSSLEY AFC BADGE

Based on the town crest, the Mossley AFC badge consists of several elements:

Just above the shield, a tower represents Buckton Castle, an near-by Iron Age fort.

The shield itself shows, at its centre, a cotton plant to represent the town's major industry (although this has long since been replaced by engineering and electronics). Behind this runs a representation of the River Tame which flows through the town of Mossley.

The red rose of Lancashire, a wheatsheaf (representing Cheshire) and the white rose of Yorkshire can all be seen at the top of the shield and mark the fact that Mossley used to span all three counties.

The Latin motto, 'Floret Qui Laborat' translates to 'He who labours, prospers'.

   
   
   
2020
Club Badge
   
2020 Wembley
40th Anniversary Badge
2019-2020
Club Badge
2019
Pin Badge
2010's
Pin Badge
2008-2018
Club Badge
The roses were wrong
(who noticed?)
2007
Nostra Novus Inceptum
"Our New Beginning"
2006 Champions
Pin Badge
2005/06
Shirt Badge
2004-2007
Club Badge
2003-04
Centenary Badge
Hat Badge
2000's
1990's
Pin Badge
1995-2002
Shirt Badge
1991-1994
Shirt Badge
1980 Wembley
Shirt Badge
1979
Blazer Badge
1970's
Supporters Club
Plastic Pin Badge
1970's & 1980's
Club Badge
Mossley Town
& Club Badge
Pre 1972
Club Badge
Pre 1972
Correspondence