We’re on a roll with this one. After having taken a look at how Hull City fans view the UK, we are sharing an overview of what goes on inside the mind of your average Arsenal fan when Continue reading
The Ultras Paris of PSG have stuck over a design from the Brigade Loire of FC Nantes. Both designs looking good, but clearly one got there after the other.
Ladies and gentlemen, I need your patience here. It takes a lot for me to articulate what I am about to write….
Leeds United is a Premier League Football club.
Bllllleeeuuuuuurrrrgghhh. Forgive me, I just dry heaved, and not because of what I was drinking last night. As much as it Continue reading
The title speaks for itself. We present an accurate map of how Hull City fans view the rest of the country that they Continue reading
The Ben Side Ultras of AZ Alkmaar have given us something quite different to the usual designs coming from the Netherlands. We are big fans of the originality of this Aufkleber, but what do you think?
This weekend represents the beginning of the express play-offs of the regional La Tercera divisions. Intriguingly, the extraordinary circumstances of this season have simplified the highly complex structure of Spain’s lower leagues.
Spain’s enthusiasm for Football is a surprise to absolutely nobody, but probably what a lot of outsiders often underestimate about the Kingdom is its sheer size. It is often far easier to get to Spain than to get across it. Apart from being 700 kilometres apart, travel between Seville and Santander for example is
Though summer has returned, it will be a long time before we can get back to enjoying Football the way we would like to. But hey, at least we can go out and enjoy a nice pint again! We at FBTG did the next best thing and sat down with Andrew of 80 Days Bier Markt in Hull for a couple of imported Pilsners and good chat about all things Football culture. Cheers.
Could you please introduce yourself?
I’m Andrew Murphy. I own 80 Days Bier Markt in Paragon Arcade and Continue reading
Originally constructed in bonnie Newcastle in 1915, the HMS Malaya had been of service both in World War I and II in places as varied as Denmark, Anatolia, Malta, Genoa, Cape Verde and the Caribbean. She gallantly ended her service as target bouncing bomb practice in Loch Striven in Scotland in 1944, but where Football is concerned, the HMS Malaya made her most important trip in 1921 – to the land after which she was named. Continue reading