Lots of clubs have animals or plants in their nickname, on their badge or in the name of their stadium. Does your club have any link to nature?
Find something out in nature which a football club has used on its badge.
What difference does it make?
Birds and animals and trees are having a really hard time. The more we know about them, the more we can help them. The first thing is to open our eyes and notice them.
What do you need?
- Camera or mobile phone
Step by step
Find out which football clubs have plants or animals in their badges, stadium names or nicknames. Your task will be to find one of the plants or animals in real life. Hint: Don't choose the England team unless you are near a zoo!
Take a family trip to your local park, woodland or beach and see if you can spot any of the plants or animals from your chosen clubs. If you have a garden, see what you can find there.
Take a photo of the plant or animal and send it to us along with the name of the club it is linked to.
The simplest way is to send us a seperate photo of it written on a piece of paper. Or get a friend who is good at making collage or Photoshop to help you.
It could be any club from around the world but remember, you have to be able to find their symbol in an outdoor area near you!
The closest it is to the real thing the better! If you send us a photo of a dog and say it represents The Foxes (Leicester FC) then I'm afraid you won't score any goal. But lots of people have foxes in their back gardens these days …
We've looked into this but not found one. So to cheer up Gunners fans, how about this:here