Football hooliganism or soccer hooliganism constitutes violent or belligerent behaviour perpetrated by spectators at association football events. Football hooliganism normally involves conflict between gangs , in English known as football firms (derived from the British slang for a criminal gang), formed to intimidate and attack supporters of other teams.
In Germany, 4,000 hooligans and neo-Nazis recently clashed with police while parading as "Hooligans Against Salafists," because the irony of protesting violence with violence is utterly lost on people who join neo-Nazi organizations.
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The violence can be seen in the Soccer hooliganism, it is highly visible in the stadiums, thus, and the people from the media coverage note the behavior of the people. Public representatives in this way create more problems while observing the behavior because through creating propaganda of the situations, the representatives able to highlighted the hooliganism and the situations in this way get worst.
Here Are Most 20 Worst Football Hooligans In The World. 1. Ajax Amsterdam, Netherlands. In the history of the popular Duch Club, there have many hooligans firms. Among the hooligans, ‘F -Side’ is maybe the most hooligans gang. However, the F – Side took part against another group of hooligan in 1997.
Despite these early instances of violence at football, plus stories of visiting football fans looting shops and terrorising neighbourhoods on their visits to away games, it was not until the 1960s that the term football hooliganism really hit the mainstream headlines.
4. 7: Millwall. Millwall is said to have bred football hooliganism in the 1960’s and is notorious for its fan violence among rival clubs. With everything from bottles to even hand grenades thrown during matches Millwall fans are among the most violent in England.
(17 May 2000) Natural Sound XFAAn English football fan is in hospital in Denmark after being stabbed during running battles between Galatasaray and Arsenal f...
Aston Villa were one of many English clubs that had violent hooligan groups throughout the 1970s.