Good thread. Slightly off topic as it involves the naming of a Senior team but the story of how Stirling Albion got their name is interesting (even if some of it is shrouded in myth). Albion were formed after the second World War as the town's previous team, King's Park had to fold due to one of only two German bombs to fall on Stirling hit and destroyed their ground. After the war a local coal businessman, Thomas Fergusson, purchased Anfield estate and built a new park for a new club he was forming. The legend has it that two of his Albion coal trucks were reversed together to form a rudimentary grandstand giving birth to the Albion name. Apparently though the last bit is myth and in fact Albion comes from the ancient name of Britain which held meaning for the founder.