The crest for BCS XI reflects the club’s rich surroundings. The shield in the center contains elements from the city seals of Boston (bottom) Cambridge (left) and Somerville (right). At the center is an antique style soccer ball; a nod to the tradition of the game which unites the members who live in the different towns. Each side of the shield is supported by a raven, commonly regarded as the most intelligent of birds, and they are each standing upon a book which is a reference to the large number of colleges and universities in the area. The banner lists the city names of the team, and the team name is centered on the bottom of the crest. The “eleven” in BCS XI refers to the number of players on the pitch and is a reminder that each position is important. The team is stronger than the individual.
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