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Why Are There Ten Roses on the England Football Badge?

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Ten roses on the football badge of England epresent the ten regional divisions, each of which has a seat on the Football Association Council.
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Answer The flag is a plain white field with the traditional English Three Lions (King Richard's) and ten red-white roses (of the Lancaster-York peace in the XVth Century).
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3 lions from royal coat of arms; used by Richard I in Crusades as symbol of English Throne. The roses = Lancaster-York peace in the XVth Century.
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The last victory by a Big Ten team in the Rose Bowl
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They're leopards not lions.
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