We’ve never written about Romanian Football nor even visited the country, but we sure as hell would love to. This design is a little unorthodox but still with a lot of appeal and comes courtesy of fans of CSA Steaua Bucuresti – the best supported team in the country by a country mile.
So today a sign I saw down a backstreet in town advertising some single digit deals inside the adjacent low-rent clothing store caught my attention. Remembering that I needed a couple new sweaters, I stopped walking and took a look inside to see if I could find a sweet deal for a new chunky jumper to wear while working from home in the evenings. Among a hell of a lot of trash, I was surprised to find this masterpiece crammed onto the bargain rail.
Seen in Seville. If Delije is a name you are unfamiliar with for any reason, it is perhaps time to do your homework. Start on Youtube.
Between inflated transfer fees, relentless top-down engineering and the acutely politicised nature of the sport in the country, China and the Chinese Super League offer little for Football traditionalists. Yet an inquisitive Football enthusiast can still chance upon an oasis of culture even in this expansive wilderness.
A snappy design from the North Stand Kollective – the leading fan group of Brighton and Hove Albion FC. The design is quite simple but we think it has been executed fairly well. The only question to be answered is why the NSK culprit decided to sellotape over the sticker after placing it on a lamppost in the first place.
Love your country. Love your region. Love your city. Love your neighbourhood.
Love your team.
A snappy design coming from the Ben Side ultras of top Eredivisie outfit AZ Alkmaar stating quite clearly who they have a problem with.
Enjoy your weekend folks.
The glory days of Saxony-Anhalt’s largest Football club may be behind them, but nobody seems to have told the fanatical fans of 1.FC Magdeburg. Despite not having quite as high a profile as other East German professional clubs such as SG Dynamo Dresden, 1.FC Union Berlin and FC Hansa Rostock, Magdeburg remains the only club from the former GDR to have won international honours in the shape of the 1974 European Cup Winners Cup.