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Burnley's Club Moto is "Pretiumque et Causa Laboris" which translates
as "The prize is the cause of our Labours".

The Knights Helmet represents the two knighted
families of Burnley, the Shuttleworths of Gawthorpe
and the Townleys.



The Cotton Shuttle represents the cotton making
heritage of the town of Burnley.



Burnley were officially founded as a football club at
the Bull Hotel 1882.



The Rose shows Burnley's status as a town within
the boundaries of Lancashire.




The English Lion represents England, and that
Burnley's ground, Turf Moor, was the first League
ground to be visited by a member of the Royal
Family.


The Hand represents the hand of friendship and
the town of Burnley's motto, "Held to the Truth".


The Bee represents the club being as "busy as a
bee" and the Bee Hole end stand, which stood
where the Jimmy McIlroy stand is today.