A Stoke-on-Trent village is flying the flag against international competition – rather literally.
The Flag Institute has been running a series of online polls pitting the symbols against each other in a head-to-head knockout.
The Penkhull flag managed to rise its way to the top and took the FA Cup of Flags crown earlier this year beating Preston in the final.
The win meant the flag managed to have a chance on an international stake.
Having seen off competition from Dún Laoghaire – a town in Dublin in the Republic of Ireland – in the World Series of Flags qualifier it has now set its sights north of the border.
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This round sees the mighty Penkhull flag facing South Uist – the second-largest island in the Outer Hebrides in Scotland.
The South Uist flag is a green, blue and white Nordic Cross.
Penkhull took a strong early lead of 71 per cent to 29 per cent after two hours of play but will need the help of Stokies to progress into the next round against American champions St Louis.
Twitter users can vote here – with the poll set to run until tomorrow morning.