On 2:29 pm. Roma Hooligans Roma Ultras occupy the Curva Sud side of the Olympico Stadium. The Eternal City has been dubbed "Stab City" by the British media after the high number of Stabbings that have taken place against Engish fans traveling there. The Roma hooligans are a well organised...
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Ultras are a type of association football fans who are renowned for their fanatical support. The term originated in Italy but it is used worldwide to describe predominantly organised fans of association football teams. The behavioural tendency of ultras groups includes their use of flares, vocal support in large groups and the displaying of banners at football stadiums, all of which are designed to create an atmosphere which encourages their own team and intimidates the opposing players and thei
Ultras are different from hooligans, while hooligans go to matches to square it off with hooligans of the opposite teams, ultras focus mainly on only their club. Ultras are always in their own colours and mostly matching attires. This is different from those who go to cause trouble because they are mostly inconspicuous in fear of being arrested.
Hooligan FC ventured to the Hohe Warte Stadium in Vienna to watch First Vienna FC in a local derby against Favoritner AC More Red Star FC Ultras Singing “Allez Red Star Allez Allez”
Football: in Montpellier, the prefect Hugues Moutouh wants to “neutralize the ultras hooligans” Soccer Jodi Soccer Monday 18th October 2021 01:22 PM REPORT The prefect Hugues Moutouh returns to the recent excesses on the sidelines of football matches in Montpellier involving ultras supporters.
Ultras on the other hand organize for the purpose of supporting a team, with troublemaking and the occasional instances of ‘hooliganism’ secondary to the ritual of convening every week in groups to go to the stadium and organizing a display on the stands that is meant to push the team.
Croatia's Ultras: read a report on football hooliganism and the Ultra scene in the former republics of Yugoslavia. Read articles about soccer in Croatia, Serbia, Slovenia and Bosnia Hercegovina - Ultra scene, player profiles, match reports.
Football hooliganism in Bosnia and Herzegovina is particularly associated with the supporters of clubs such as FK Sarajevo ( Horde Zla ), FK Željezničar Sarajevo ( The Maniacs ), FK Velež Mostar ( Red Army ), HŠK Zrinjski Mostar (Ultrasi) and FK Borac Banja Luka (Lešinari).