Ultras Aufkleber of the Week – Juve Stabia

Emerging from the ashes of Pompeii is SS Juve Stabia, currently of Italy’s Serie C. Nestled in the tight corner between popular destinations Sorrento, Pompeii, the Amalfi coast, infamous Napoli and Vesuvius itself, Castellammare di Stabia’s close proximity to tifosi hotbed Naples has influenced the extreme behaviour of the Ultras Stabiesi fan group of small club SS Juve Stabia.

Juve Stabia ultras

Seen on location in London.


Indonesian Fans Be Like….

Indonesian fans waiting for the 2018 Liga 1 to begin be like….

Stadion Mandala Krida Yogyakarta

Yes, that gentleman is sleeping outside of his club’s empty stadium.

In 2018, the Indonesian Liga 1 welcomes big boys PSMS Medan, Persebaya Surabaya and PSIS Semarang among its ranks, and Jakarta and Palembang will together host the 2018 Asian Games, making it a pretty big year for Indonesian Football. But we just have to wait for it all to kick-off again….


The Biggest Football Clubs in Java

Javanese Football

Football is unquestionably Indonesia’s favourite sport. Java is the most populous island in the world’s 4th most populous country with around 56% of the 265,000,000 Indonesians living there. As such, Java is home to some of the biggest Football clubs and wildest Football fans in the country, and we have done our part to let you know which ones you really should know about.

This is the FBTG list of the biggest Football clubs in Java, based on average match attendance figures and general Continue reading

Why Do Indonesian Football Clubs Have Such Similar Names?

Indonesian Football bus

This question first popped up when your trusted FBTG crew began to research Indonesian Football. It was phenomenally difficult as a newbie to the scene to browse through social media sites dedicated to Indonesian Football and tell the clubs apart. After having had our feet on the ground, we realised that an explanation behind this phenomenon could make an enjoyable short post.

The answer is remarkably simple.

Let’s take this moment to turn that question around 180 degrees. I remember Continue reading

From Boothferry To Germany’s 2017

From Boothferry To Germany blogger

We take this moment to laze back on the couch, picking a bit of tinsel out of a glass of gifted spirit and making a toast at FBTG HQ to a fantastic year. When we make that toast, we extend it to You.

2016 was our dawn and in many ways FBTG experimented to find its feet in its first year. Our writing style and image were set for 2017, when we expanded the horizons and increasingly pushed the boat out (both literally and metaphorically), going further to bring you Football Culture Blogging like never before. The year has seen a mind-numbing amount of highs for us, and we Continue reading