Embroidered club flags made of exclusive materials

Each embroidered flag is a treasure. In order to conserve its worth over decades, only selected basic materials in an exclusive quality are used.

  • most precious velvets with dense tuft on which the texts and ornaments made of real gold and silver plated web material such as cantille, brillant, cordinette or frisé come into their own

  • flag rep on which the motives are put on in a combination of painting and embroidering making the flags less expensive and lighter

  • pure silk

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Product details

Most common formats
Square, from 110 x 110 cm to 140 x 140 cm, motives diagonally arranged, longish motives also in a rectangular shape, then in oblong format

Materials
Cotton velvet, flag rep, silk

Realization
precious hand embroidery with golden threads or artificial silk embroidery, motives in "needle painting" or real painting

Border design/completion
Gold- or silver bouillon fringes, pole side with grommets or loops
removable on the pole side

 
product samples
video celebrating the flag
 

 

 
Club flags of different clubs

Club and home sides of the embroidered club flag

The front and the backside of each club flag are almost always designed differently. Motives used on the so-called club side are e.g. the figure of a holy man or woman, a symbol from the foundation time or crests and mottos that establish a relation to the club.
The homeside, on the other hand, shows the local church, the coat of arms of the municipality, a city view or a famous landmark together with the name of the club and the town with the year of the foundation.

Format und completion of the embroidered club flag

As a rule, the format of an embroidered club flag is a square, between 110 x 110 cm and 140 x 140 cm,
sometimes, however, the motives ask for
a rectangular design.
With square-format flags, diagonal arrangements are preferred.

 

Suitable accessories

 

To each club their own flag

When people meet to follow a common interest, after a while, they want to demonstrate this to the outside. This can be done in an especially impressive way with an embroidered club flag. Special motives and mottos for each club and association enable the production of flags emphasizing these specialities.

Club flags for fire brigades

Club flags for fire brigades look back on a long tradition. High quality embroidered flags with fire brigade motives are very popular.

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Club flag of a firebrigade, front and backside

Club side

Possible motives
Saint Florian, patron saint of the firebrigades
symbols of the foundation time, e.g. a firebrigade helmet and crossed axes

Graphically suitably arranged mottoes
"Helfen in Not ist unser Gebot"
"Gott zur Ehr' dem Nächsten zur Wehr"

Home side

Possible motives
Parish church
Crest of municipality
View or landmark of the town

Possible text elements above/below the motive
Club and town name
Foundation year of the club
Year of the consecration of the flag
 
 

Club flag for shooting clubs

Shooting clubs have been existing for a couple of hundred years. The club flag has its respective esteem in the shooting constitution. It must not be missed during a shooters' parade or at similar events.

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Front and backside of a club flag for shooting clubs

Club side

Possible motives
Saint Sebastian or Saint Hubertus
club crest
target with crossed guns
corners with crests of the shooting district, the shooting association or the shooting area

Graphically suitably arranged mottoes
"Im Auge Klarheit im Herzen Wahrheit"
"Ein Ziel vor Augen gibt Sinn dem Leben"
"Klarheit Wahrheit Treue"

Home side

Possible motives
Parish church
Crest of municipality
View or landmark of the town

Possible text elements above/below the motive
Club and town name
Foundation year of the club
Year of the consecration of the flag
 
 

Club flag for veterans' fellowship club / VdK

The special symbolism of a flag has always been playing a special role with veterans' clubs. Very often, one can find pictures of battlefields or other admonishing memories on the flags.

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Club flag for veterans' fellowship, soldiers' club

Club side

Possible motives
the Iron Cross
the national crest

Graphically suitably arranged mottoes
"Wir waren Soldaten wir bleiben Kameraden"
"Mit Gott für Heimat, Frieden und Freiheit"
"In Treue fest!"

Home side

Possible motives
Veterans' monument
Crest of municipality
View or landmark of the town

Possible text elements above/below the motive
Club and town name
Foundation year of the club
Year of the consecration of the flag
 
 

Club flag for music clubs

With an embroidered flag, music clubs show their origin and togetherness . The flag is a symbol for the harmony that is essential within each orchestra.

More club flags for music clubs >

Home and club side of a music club flag

Club side

Possible motives
musical instruments, clefs, note lines
club crest

Graphically suitably arranged mottoes
"Musik verbindet Generationen"
"Im Reich der Töne erklinge das Schöne"


Home side

Possible motives
Parish church
Crest of municipality
View or landmark of the town

Possible text elements above/below the motive
Club and town name
Foundation year of the club
Year of the consecration of the flag
 
 

Club flags for homeland and traditional costume clubs

Gorgeous, richly ornamented flags are an evidence of the pride that the homeland and traditional costume clubs feel for our customs and our traditions.

More club flags for homeland and traditional costume clubs >

Picture of the back and the front side of the club flag of a homeland and traditional costume club

Club side

Possible motives
Club crest
Couple in costume

Graphically suitably arranged mottoes
Treu dem guten alten Brauch
Wir fördern mit Herz und Hand stets Sitte und Brauchtum aus unserem Heimatland


Home side

Possible motives
Crest of municipality
View or landmark of the town

Possible text elements above/below the motive
Club and town name
Foundation year of the club
Year of the consecration of the flag
 
 

Club flag for sportsclubs

A team is only strong if they are together. This togetherness can be shown to the outside by club flag.

More club flags for sportsclubs >

Club flag for sportsclubs

Club side

Possible motives
club emblem
Modern pictograms of the single sports departments

Graphically suitably arranged mottoes
"Sport zur Gesundheit, Sport zur Freude"
"Kämpfen, Siegen, Treu ein Wort"
"Freunde sein und fair im Sport"

Home side

Possible motives
Club home or arena
Crest of municipality
View or landmark of the town

Possible text elements above/below the motive
Club and town name
Foundation year of the club
Year of the consecration of the flag
 
 

Club flags for fraternities or student leagues

The virtues and traditions of fraternities are being mirrored on their own club flag. The flag is a symbol of the friendship existing among each other.

More club flags for fraternities or student leagues >

Club flags for fraternities or student leagues, front and backsides

Club side

Possible motives
brotherly hands
crest/ club emblem
foundation year

Graphically suitably arranged mottoes
"Freundschaft der Jugend – Freunde fürs Leben"
"Auf Ehre Sitt‘ und Treu‘ achten wir stets auf’s neu"
More club flags for fraternities or student leagues >

Home side

Possible motives
Maypole
View or landmark of the town

Possible text elements above/below the motive
Club and town name
Foundation year of the club
Year of the consecration of the flag
 
 

Club flags for other clubs

For each kind of association, a club flag symbolises togetherness and is a clear sign for tradition and future. Being together makes a club strong - this can be perfectly demonstrated by a common flag.

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Examples for club flags for other clubs

Club side

Possible motives
Crest
Club emblem
Foundation year

Home side

Possible motives
Club home
View or landmark of the town

Possible text elements above/below the motive
Club and town name
Foundation year of the club
Year of the consecration of the flag
 
 

Planning and development of an embroidered club flag

  • During a first counseling interview, we write down our customers' imaginations about how the new club flag should look like.
  • Our graphic designers start working on the first sketches and designs. You get - and that is our unique service - a so-called "small artwork" free of costs from us. It already shows, proportionally scaled down - the arrangement and coloring of both sides of the flag.
  • After another interview and the approval of the proposed designs your club gets an artwork of the flag in original size.
  • At the latest at this time, one gets a very good impression about how the finished flag is going to look like.
  • After choosing the materials and determining the embroidery techniques, the actual production in our own embroidery starts.

 

Realization of the artwork into an embroidered flag

The artwork that our customer approved of is being transferred onto the basic fabric in a lot of handiwork using the most precious embroidery yarns. The embroidery of the new flag can begin. The production of each single flag benefits from our decade-long experience. A long tradition in handicraft and a profound professional training in our artistic workshops guarantee the high quality of our traditional flags. A lot of handiwork is necessary to bring the motives from the artwork onto the fabric indifferent embroidery techniques.

 

Picking up the flag /Celebrating the flag



Even the picking-up of the new or restored club flag or standard can be a real experience for the shooting club, the firebrigade, the costume club, carneval or horse club. The flags that Fahnen Kössinger have newly manufactured or the traditional flag that we have restored in highest quality can be picked up by the club in the course of a guided tour through our company - a very special prelude to the flag consecration, the foundation festivities or the jubilee.
 
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