We have quite enjoyed poking fun at fan groups and the way their see their respective countrymen recently. And between you and we, these posts have been getting a healthy amount of views and shares. Therefore we are getting our Bundesliga hats back on and taking the point of view of possibly the most dismissive Germans.Continue reading
Hamburg is Germany’s premier commercial port as well as being a popular tourist destination thanks to its vibrant nightlife. HSV fans have taken inspiration from their city’s longstanding maritime traditions in this tidy design. Seen in merry old Hull.
Having added the final signature, Fandi Ahmad Yani threw down the pen with a sigh, turned to his counterpart and extended a firm hand. As Kaji Riki (a representative of Ultras Gresik) shook it, a polite round of applause rippled among the journalists and reporters gathered in the conference room. The six men sat at the table congratulated each other on the business conducted that day before turning to force a smile for the photographers.
It had happened at long last. Gresik United Football Club is owned by Continue reading
Seen in the southern suburbs of Sydney itself. Quite an idiosyncratic design with a great execution. Great work from the boys representing A-League big club Sydney FC.
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.
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?
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