For all its historic infamy, we feel that the current English fan scene is lacking somewhat in imagination compared to what is happening on the rest of the continent. More creative Aufkleber designs such as this one from Huddersfield Town may be indicative of some green shoots of inspiration, but the English have a long way to go.
The North Stand Kollective of Brighton & Hove Albion have really been making a name for themselves in recent seasons. This design is perhaps not the most creative, but its execution is excellent, and it looks very clean.
We congratulate Sheffield United on their return to the Premier League by making them our Ultras Aufkleber of the Week.
Now however we return back to our usual stance on such matters by informing any Blades reading this that this sticker got covered by one of ours a mere two fucking seconds after this photo was taken.
This week’s design comes from the Minstermen, named after York’s giant ecclesiastical edifice that stands close to the site where Constantine was proclaimed as the Roman Emperor thousands of years ago. We couldn’t care less for the city’s greatness however, and decided to stick our own Aufkleber on top of this one after taking this photo.
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.
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Seen inside the KCOM Stadium in Hull, a rather conspicuous location for such an Aufkleber.
The Allam family continue to own Hull City and manage all club operations as a large congregation of fans continue to protest against that very Continue reading
Grimsby, oh Grimsby. Lincolnshire’s leading port has suffered as much as our beloved Kingston Upon Hull has through the 20th century as its fishing industry crippled under increased competition. The town’s industrial decline is clearly part of what this design is referring to. In contemporary times, the Mariners have become known for being an excellent set of fans that generate atmosphere in a manner that emphasizes fun rather than aggression.
But they’re South Bankers. So sod ’em, Codheads.
The legacy of 19th century migration of Dalmatians to Auckland lives on in one of New Zealand’s most celebrated Football clubs.
1858 saw the first significant number of Dalmatians migrating to Continue reading