East german eagle

Several sports clubs, mainly Greek and Turkish, have the double-headed eagle in their insignia. Some of them are: two football clubs of Turkey, Erzurumspor and Konyaspor [23] and the Greek sport clubs AEK (Athletic Union of Constantinople) and (since 1929) . The Greek clubs use this symbol since both were founded by Greek refugees who fled to Greece from Constantinople in the 1920s. [24] It is also the emblem of the Dutch clubs NEC and Vitesse Arnhem , the English League Two football club AFC Wimbledon and Scottish Premier League side Saint Johnstone FC .

East german eagle

east german eagle


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