In Stock

Alabama Flag

Current Stock:
United States

Frequently Bought Together:

The Alabama flag has a red saltire or diagonal cross on a white background.
Inc. Tax
Ex. Tax


Alabama is known as the Heart of Dixie - show your heart and hospitality with this American-made Alabama state flag, ideal for outdoor flying or hanging indoors

Our Alabama flags are made of quick-drying nylon with a high-quality, UV-resistant digital print to add resistance to rain and sun damage. Thanks to its nylon construction, this authentic flag of Alabama is lightweight enough to fly majestically, even in a light breeze.

These flags are available in multiple sizes to suit your needs, including our best-selling 3’ x 5’ option. With its sturdy canvas header and brass grommets, this Alabama state flag can be safely and securely attached to an outdoor flagpole.


  • American-made 
  • Authentic design
  • 100% nylon
  • Canvas heading*
  • Brass grommets*

For flags measuring 6' x 10' or smaller, the flag comes with a durable header and grommets for easy mounting. Larger flags are equipped with sturdy ropes and galvanized thimbles, offering more durability.

Note: To increase the lifetime of your flag, we recommend taking it down during inclement weather conditions.

Are you planning to set up a formal display? Take a look at our indoor Alabama flag, which comes finished with gold fringe and a pole sleeve.


Alabama joined the United States in 1819 as the 22nd state admitted to the Union. However, it took until 1895 for Alabama to adopt a Union state flag when Representative John Sanford Jr. created legislation stipulating its design.

Its design is a simple red saltire X-shaped cross over a white background, based upon the Spanish cross of Burgundy. This saltire design is also known as St. Andrew’s cross.

Other Details

Capitol: Montgomery
Flag Adopted: February 16, 1895
Entered Union: December 14, 1819
Motto: "Audemus jura nostra defendere" / "We dare defend our rights"
Nickname: Yellowhammer State, Heart of Dixie, Cotton State
Known For: Gulf Coast beaches, Cotton
State Bird: Yellowhammer
State Flower: Camelia
State Mammal: Black Bear
Famous Alabamians: Hank Aaron, Rosa Parks,Helen Keller, Gucci Mane, Mia Hamm