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Discussion in 'Introductions Board' started by Tottenham4life, Jun 19, 2009.
HAHA, Turkey has his own dance song for EK2016
..not bad by the way
Antiracist ultras ? Hmmm...
I would say all the governments in Europe and North America.
Celtic's Palestinian support was pretty damn good show of support
That was amazing. Absolutely beautiful.
You have a link for this so I can check it out?
Let me Google that for you. I'll be right back.
Ok I'm back. https://www.theguardian.com/football/2016/aug/23/celtic-fans-palestinian-flags-fundraising
I've been trying to find out if there is at least one Antifa/antiracist/LGBT supporter group per association in UEFA? I'm really interested in Hungarian teams because my family came from there. I'm also trying to follow top tier teams if possible. Here is the list of teams I'm following (or at least possibly) at this point.
Albania Superliga - FK Partizani Tirana
Andorra Primera Divisió - UE Santa Coloma
Armenia Premier League - Shirak
Austria 2. Liga - Wacker Innsbruck
Belgium Jupiler League - Standard de Liege
Bulgaria Second League - Lokomotiv Sofia
Cyprus First Division - Omonia Nicosia
Czech First League - Bohemians 1905
Denmark Superliga - FC Kobenhavn
English Premier League - Liverpool
Finland Veikkausliiga - HIFK Fotboll
France Ligue 1 - Olympique Marseille
Germany 1. Bundesliga - Bayern MunchenGermany 2. Bundesliga - St. Pauli
Greece Super League - AEK
Israel Liga Leumit - Bnei Sakhnin
Israel Ligat ha'Al - Hapoel Tel Aviv
Italy Serie B - Livorno
Italy Serie A - Sampdoria
Netherlands Eredivisie - Ajax
Northern Ireland NIFL - Cliftonville
Norway Eliteserien - Vålerenga
Republic of Ireland League - Derry City
Russia Football League 3 South Zone - Spartak Nalchik
Scottish Premiership - Celtic
Slovakia Super Liga - TrencinSpain La Liga - Athletic Bilbao
Spain La Liga Segunda - Rayo Vallecano
Sweden Allsvenskan - Malmo FF
Switzerland Challenge League - Winterthur
Switzerland Super League - Young Boys
Turkey Super Lig - Besiktas
Ukraine First League - Arsenal Kyiv
Azerbaijan - ???
Belarus - ???
Bosnia and Herzegovina - ???
Croatia - ???
Estonia - ???
Faroe Islands - ???
Georgia - ???
Gibraltar - ???
Hungary - ???
Iceland - ???Kazakhstan - ???
Kosovo - ???
Latvia - ???
Liechtenstein - ???
Lithuania - ???
Luxembourg - ???
Malta - ???
Moldova - ???
Montenegro - ???
North Macedonia - ???
Poland Ekstraklasa - ???
Portugal - ???
Romania - ???
San Marino - ???
Serbia - ???
Slovenia - ???Wales - ???
Greetings from Norway and Vålerenga.
Most clubs in Norway do not mix politics and support . Vålerenga particularly struggled with right far right wing fans in the 80´s and 90`s . The main fan base was called the monkeymountain. The fans and clubs fans had to take grip on the racism after a match against Kongsvinger where the fans threw banas after a coloured player .
Ironic and maybe provocative enough , the new fan base was called "The clan". Gallows humor is much used in Norway . Therefore "the clan" . After this episode Vålerenga and their fans united against racism . But you still see both right wing and left wing on the terraces . This is possible after an agreement to leave politic out from the stands. Our common point is our support to our club and city.
A couple of others (see link)
Croatia - NK Zagreb 041, split from NK Zagreb in 2014
Belarus - Partizan Minsk, club closed 2014
In Brazil there's a big wave of antifascista fan groups at most clubs, after the rise of Bolsonaro. This is from 2017:
- www.vice.com/pt_br/article/vb458j/a-ascensao-das-torcidas-antifascistas-no-futebol-brasileiro, Autotranslated English / Portuguese version / Archived
Some in Argentina too:
- https://www.infobae.com/america/deportes/2018/09/23/que-piensan-y-que-buscan-los-nuevos-grupos-de-hinchas-antifascistas / Archived
I’m not sure how it is in other parts of the world, but Antifa in the US are smelly and violent and extremely fascist-y. Not sure what it has to do with soccer.
Your trolling game could use some work.
This is a wonderful thread. I have been a St Pauli supporter for a couple of years after hearing someone describe them on the BBC's World Football Phone In. It's difficult to follow a German team from where I live (Ohio, USA), but last summer I saw a man in a bookstore in Cleveland wearing a St Paul I t-shirt!
Does anyone know of an antitrust supporters group for Columbus Crew?
That is, "antiracist supporters group."