In European heraldry, the lion, as the "king of beasts", became a popular animal coat of arms in the Middle Ages because it symbolized strength and courage. In the 12th century, the French achieved a successful Norman conquest, and also brought the original Norman area logo to England. The original Norman coat of arms originally had 2 lions. Later, to distinguish the coat of arms of England, a name The lion for Aquitaine constitutes the pattern of three lions. A star on the team's emblem indicates that England have won a World Cup championship.
The England national team logo is composed of three lions and ten roses. The ten flowers in the team logo are roses, which are commonly known as "Bai Yutang" or "Ten Sisters". It is said to be the "Ten Sisters" mainly because in the season of May and June, nine or ten pale pink roses are always clustered together in bloom and are particularly beautiful. And the rose is the national flower of England. She represents Newcastle, London, Leeds, Liverpool, Manchester City, Sheffield, Birmingham, Bristol, Portsmouth and Southampton.
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