Woking have revealed the updated club crest that has been chosen.
The National League side recently held a poll to determine which crest would be used from now on, with the Cards’ founding year to be corrected to 1887 in the updated design to correspond with the year the club was actually founded.
Woking say they are ‘proud to introduce the new brand identity that will lead us forward into a bright new future’, with the following design coming out on top:
The club have said today: “We have also taken in a number of (supporters’) questions and concerns regarding the shape for the badge, with the shift from the traditional Borough Council Coat of Arms to our own take to create a brand identity that is truly ours. The club felt there was a need for a change to create our own identity in the spirit of our collective goals for the future.
“Do other clubs have circular badges? Yes. But do those clubs have our collective ambition for the future? No.
“We take this step forward together as a club and a community united, working to build the next chapter for our historic club. A future that includes full-time football, a playing budget to support our goal of reaching the Football League, whilst continuing to be a community club for all.”