The arms were officially granted on 17th December 1975.
The shield retains the former Burnley County Borough pattern of an engrailed red chevron on gold and a black wavy chief (see below).
Three red roses indicate the three Lancashire authorities comprising the new Borough.
The wavy line on the chief represents the river Brun.
As their first emblem Burnley took the town#s coat of arms and modified it.
As it is customary with coats of arms and crests, Burnley FC logo is a collection of local references and animals, notably: the wavy line in blue colour means the river Brun; the wheat says that Burnley used to be a rural district;, The name Burnley is part of the ancient legacy of the Anglo-Saxon tribes of Britain.
It is a product of when the family lived in Lancashire, where they derived their name from the town of Burnley , in the parish of Whalley.
The name is generally believed to be derived from “Brun Lea” meaning “meadow by #, From 1914, the team played in unadorned shirts, albeit the coat of arms of Burnley was worn in the FA Cup semi-final in 1935 and the 1947 FA Cup Final.
  Burnley won the First Division for a second time in 1960, and were as a result allowed to wear the town’s crest on their shirts for an indefinite period of time.
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In 2010, Burnley FC has a new emblem that was created for the 2009 # 2010 playing season, to mark the team#s 125th anniversary.
A replica of the Burnley coat of arms and a past emblem from 1979, now making the emblem in gold and red.
They have added the #125# and a new banner wordmark of # BURNLEY FC 1882 # 2007.
The Clarets first took up a modified version of their town#s coat of arms as the club insignia, but the patterns still hold true to the medieval values attached to the original.
Starting from the top, the bird is said to be a stork, holding the knot of Burnley #s DeLacy family.
28/06/2020 A pub in Burnley has become the latest business to close citing loss in trade caused by lockdown and ongoing restrictions.
The Brickmakers Arms , on Yorkshire Street and closed to Turf Moor, released a statement that they would be closing the business permanently.
Pubs are #, Burnley not long since swapped a more traditional coat of arms for a much more distinctive club emblem.
Though plenty seem to like it, it has been remarked by more cynical observers that it looks.