based on Belfast's historic tiled street signage
Red Hand of Ulster, Shamrock & Thistle
representing the different communities coming together as one club
Harland & Wolff Cranes
The iconic cranes from Belfast Docks clearly connect with the local area and cover the east Belfast skyline
symbolises a 'new beginning' - "The Sun rises in the East"
represent the region's proud links to the sea (ship-building heritage)
Shield within Circular frame
a traditional style GAA style is housed within a modern circular frame - symbolising the old meeting the new; which the club represents
main aspect of club is the coming 'together' of people - so this word is shown in three languages; English, Irish and Ulster Scots
Thanks go to Rory Millar for his help and support in developing the club crest we have to enjoy today. He has made for us a brilliant representation of the area and the many aspects of the crest reflect everything that is important for the future development of the club.
TOGETHER | LÉ CHÉILE | THEGITHER