Germany: Köln near relegation!
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.
News: Match delayed after fan protests in Manchester.
Belgium: Drughi dissolved after losing banner
Germany: Schalke 04 relegated from Bundesliga
News: Tunisian ultras behind this famous banner.
Austria: Ultras with protest against own club.
Holland: Incident in Rotterdam before the cup final.
They might not be the most famous football supporters club in the world, but in certain circles, the backers of Le Rouge - the supporters of Detroit City FC - have certainly gained cult hero status among followers of the beautiful game in America.
Football is not only the most-watched sport but also a game known to create a bitter rivalry between club fans. In England, a fixture between Manchester United and Liverpool has always birthed tension among fans across the divide. While it is not a derby fixture, the rivalry goes deeper than most fans think. It is the most fought football fixture in England, nearly comparable to Boca Juniors vs. River Plate in Argentina. But before we explore a few reasons behind the epic rivalry, gentpromocode lets you place bets on your favourite sportsbook with a few clicks.
Holland: Feyenoord fans painted 5000 banners!
Whenever you think about passionate football fans, the image of football fanatics in filled stadiums, holding banners, scarves, drums, flares and them chanting out songs comes vividly to mind. While the times we live in allow for limited access to stadiums, and pretty much less ongoing activity, there is still a world for die-hard fans. Below is a list of the 10 most passionate football fan bases today brought to you by football experts posting their football predictions on bettingsites.ng
Movie about Bad Blue Boys away trip to Belgrade back in 1989