After photographing our FBTG Aufkleber stuck onto an arbitrary sign in front of La Sagrada Familia, I retired from Spain’s most famous Cathedral (sorry Burgos) to get away from all the snap happy tourists. Energy drink in hand and happily in the shade, I perused the countless souvenir shops that compete to take your Euros away from you, stopping to enjoy a selection of dolls dressed in blue and red that were apparently supposed to represent current FC Barcelona players. Luis Suarez‘s teeth were a bit Continue reading
From Boothferry To Germany turns 3 today. Yes, yes, thank you very much.
The past 365 days have been very successful for Continue reading
A collection of comical poems dedicated to ultras, hooligans and fanatics written on a long, hot train ride through a distant land with no Continue reading
High Times in the Low Countries.
FBTG on tour in the Land of Royal Orange checking out the Dutch Continue reading
A brief venture into an independent arts and souvenier shop down in Hull’s trendy Humber Street resulted in the purchase of the badge you see below.
Designers Continue reading
From Boothferry To Germany now has an Instagram account. We simply have too many awesome photographs of our Football Culture blogging adventures saved across various harddrives not to share with the world. Follows and likes would be greatly appreciated, we will always try to throw interesting facts and data in with the images to keep posts informative. Click on the link here.
Because the Football Stadium isn’t always the most LGBT-friendly of environments….
FBTG celebrates sexual diversity as much as it celebrates cultural diversity in Football. Happy Pride Month to everybody celebrating around the world.
I don’t like flee markets.
I get that you can get a good bargain. But spending hours going through someone else’s shit is tedious. Unless you find something like this. A contented aging Turkish bloke with a couple stalls on a Saturday in Stuttgart was found selling a huge collection of Football club badges spanning almost all European leagues with such unlikely clubs as Continue reading