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Falkirk Crests

Part Three - The Highlander

The Highlander crest, shown on the right, was the first specifically 'Falkirk Football Club' crest. The crest was used by the club in the mid to late fifties and is best remembered for being on the club strips in the 1957 Scottish Cup final. The design of the crest features the town motto "Touch ane, touch a'" along the top and the words "Falkirk Football Club" along the bottom. In the centre is the picture of a highlander presumably from the battle of Falkirk in 1746. The club has a rather stunning glass window frame with this crest in its centre. It used to hang just above the tunnel at Brockville and hopefully the club will find a suitable place for it in the Falkirk Stadium. The club reintroduced this crest on the 2007-08 home strip as a 50 year anniversary tribute of winning the Scottish Cup.

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