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Sheffield United FC (England)

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[Flag of Sheffield United FC] image located by Ivan Sarajcic, 11 August 2008

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Sheffield United FC, commonly known as 'The Blades' with reference to the tradition of cutlery manufacturing in Sheffield, has neither a formal nor an informal flag, according to The club logo consists of a circular format with a thick red outer ring bordered white internally. At the top of this circle are the words 'SHEFFIELD UNITED F.C.' in white block letters, and the date '1889' is similarly written at the bottom. The central image is black, and depicts two white scimitars crossed at the hilt at the bottom of the image, with a White Rose of Yorkshire at the top. The symbolism likewise refers to Sheffield as a traditional center of sword and knife making.
Ron Lahav, 11 June 2005

A photo taken at the Sheffield United grounds during a game with Manchester City shows a vertical triband of red-white-red with club logo in the middle.
Ivan Sarajcic, 11 August 2008