The Preston flag is up against Coventry in the semi-finals of the FA Cup of Flags today (Wednesday 27 May).Advertisement
The competition is taking place on Twitter, with voting open until 9pm.
The prize is a place in the final against Penkhull, a town in Stoke-on-Trent.
Who has what it takes to meet Stoke-on-Trent's Penkhull in the #FACupOfFlags Final?— The Flag Institute (@FlagInstitute) May 27, 2020
The Preston flag had a resounding victory in the quarter-final against Healthfield, winning 87.2 per cent of the vote.
Designer of the Preston flag Philip Tibbetts predicts the semi-final could go to the wire. He said: “Both flags have been getting similar tallies so I reckon it’ll be close.”
Inspired by a North End mug, the Preston flag uses a cross design to reference the city’s religious heritage and its position as a hub for transport.
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