In the United Kingdom, hooliganism hit its height in the ’70s, when firms such as the Red Army (Manchester United), Suicide Squad (Burnley), Villa Hardcore (Aston Villa), and the Herd (Arsenal) started to organise in mass. By the middle of the decade, every football club in Great Britain had a firm attached to it.
Galatasaray Istanbul, Turkey. Galatasaray is one of the most famous Turkish hooligans. Their matches against their city opponent Fenerbahce are among the worst football hooligans in the Football world. Two years ago, the Galatasaray hooligans attacked the players of the opponent team.
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Dunfermline – Carnegie Soccer Service; Falkirk – Falkirk Fear, Falkirk yoof; Greenock Morton – Morton Soccer Crew, Morton Youth; Heart of Midlothian – Casual Soccer Firm, Gorgie Boot Boys, Gorgie Aggro, Shed Boys, Hearts Service Crew.
Football hooliganism in Bosnia and Herzegovina is particularly associated with the supporters of clubs such as FK Sarajevo , FK Željezničar Sarajevo (The Maniacs), FK Velež Mostar , HŠK Zrinjski Mostar (Ultrasi) and FK Borac Banja Luka (Lešinari).
The hooligan firm of infamous English football club Millwall, the Bushwackers take their (misspelled) name from the American Civil War ambushers, and no one would want to be attacked by these nasty Brits. They even had an improvised weapon named in their honor – the Millwall Brick, made of a newspaper and used to bash up rival fans.
Football Factory is perhaps the best hooligan film that has ever been made. An excellent cast, which includes everyone’s favourite Essex boy, Danny Dayer, delivers a great performance, amplified by a killer soundtrack. The story follows a group of Chelsea hooligans as they face off against their bitter rivals Millwall. Green Street Hooligans (2005)
“The Millwall Bushwackers” its the “hooligan firm” of the Millwall FC. Originally it was called “F-Troop”, during the decade of 80' 70'y, later change to its current name. Stigma of violence has characterized this group for more than 100 years.
ellesse football hooligans Ellesse was founded by Leonardo Servadio in Perugia in 1959. The name Ellesse originates from the initials of Leonardo Servadio (L. S)