France: Match suspended
Colombia: One seriously injured after the fight
Champions League: Big riots in Zagreb
We all agree that football has probably the most passionate fans in the world. People who would travel mile after mile to cheer for their team, no matter what. Win or defeat, football fans will most likely still stand by the side of their loved club.
Premier League football grounds are set to be packed with supporters once again after it was confirmed that English grounds could return to capacity in the upcoming season.
There is nothing quite like the feeling of watching your own football team succeed while your bitter rivals fail. Having a fierce rivalry can drive standards up in teams, as they try to emulate and even surpass the achievements of their nearest competition. English football is a veritable hotbed of football rivalries, as towns and cities across the country lock horns on and off the field, season in, season out.
The German Bundesliga was one of the first to return from the international break and was one of the few leagues on the continent that brought their fans back to the stadiums. One of the reasons that betting on soccer is so popular is because the sport is so widespread. Many countries around the world play soccer and have multiple teams, making soccer a well-known sport in most countries around the world. Furthermore, analysis have shown that football fans place sports bets more often than fans of other sports.
German football is known all over the world for its unique experience.
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BiH: Fans on stadium and title celebration
Germany: Köln near relegation!
Serbia: Fantastic scenes from Belgrade
On May 2nd, 2021, fan protests at Old Trafford resulted in the postponement of the Red Devils’ Premier League clash with the 2019-20 champions, Liverpool. The game was rescheduled for May 13th, and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s team fell to a 4-2 defeat as protestors once again voiced their displeasure outside the ground. The anger among the United faithful finally reached boiling point, but it’s left many wondering the following question; why is now the right time to protest?
Germany: Heavy riots at Dynamo Dresden's promotion
Ukraine: Fight during a 2nd League game
Switzerland: From protests to celebration!
The beauty of a derby is that it is a clash of two local sides that have developed a fierce rivalry over time. When they occur in the midst of a European cup competition it almost seems serendipitous, allowing clubs to play out their hatred in front of an international audience. And when it happens in a final, the bragging rights mean so much more.
Italy: Big celebrations in Salerno
Holland: Police and Feyenoord fans clashed.