West Bromwich Albion crest
West Bromwich Albion competing in the 1887 FA Cup Final
A parent feeding chicks in their nest in a New Zealand garden
The Albion team of 1888, FA Cup winners and Football League founder members
A Song Thrush in Germany
Memorabilia from the 1954 FA Cup Final
In flight
Statue of the Three Degrees by Graham Ibbeson, in West Bromwich
Juvenile in New Zealand
Chart of historic table positions of West Bromwich Albion in the Football League
Juvenile in a forest near Dombaih, Russia (Caucasus Mountains)
Crowd scenes following The Great Escape, 15 May 2005. Fans entered the pitch after the club survived relegation having been in last place during the final day of the season.
Three eggs in a nest
West Bromwich Albion club badge c. 1900–2006
Broken shells of grove snails on an 'anvil'
The coat of arms of West Bromwich has featured intermittently on Albion team shirts.
In New Zealand
The Hawthorns, home of West Bromwich Albion F.C.
Song thrush in Slovenia
The throstle effigy has been a feature of the Woodman corner since the 1970s.
West Brom fans and players celebrate together with the "Boing Boing" chant.
WBA supporters at a Teresa Herrera Trophy friendly match versus Deportivo de La Coruña
Baggie Bird is one of two West Bromwich Albion mascots.
Billy Bassett, Albion's chairman 1908–1937
The Jeff Astle gates at The Hawthorns
Sillouette of the Tony Brown statue outside The Hawthorns
Fred Everiss, secretary-manager 1902–1948. The longest serving manager in English football history.
Vic Buckingham, manager 1953–1959. Narrowly missed out on a double in the 1953-54 season, winning the FA Cup and finishing as league runners-up. His tactical philosophy was a precursor to Total Football.
Jesse Pennington, Albion's most capped England international (in terms of caps won whilst at the club). Who represented his country 25 times, serving as captain on two occasions.
The Albion team of 1920 display the League Championship trophy and Charity Shield.
WBA players celebrate their FA Cup win in 1931.

The team has played in navy blue and white stripes for most of the club's history, and the club badge features a throstle perched on a hawthorn branch.

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The song thrush is the emblem of West Bromwich Albion Football Club, chosen because the public house in which the team used to change kept a pet thrush in a cage.

- Song thrush
West Bromwich Albion crest

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