Some football hooliganism in Germany has been linked to neo-Nazism and far right groups. In June 1998, after a FIFA World Cup match in France between Germany and Yugoslavia a French policeman was beaten to the point of brain damage by German fans.
According to Claus, Chemnitzer FC's hooligans "have been among the most well-organized, well-trained groups in Germany over the last 30 years. They can put the club under lots of pressure."
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In German, there have no enough hooligans like other European countries. A few of Hooligans firms existence here. The Ultras Dynamo is one of the popular them. There are more than hundreds of active members are available in the groups. 5. Dynamo Zagreb, Croatia. The Bad Blue Boys belongs to the worst soccer hooligan groups in Europe.
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There also are staunchly Antifascist or left-wing Hooligans, though – the most famous/notorious example being FC St. Pauli’s supporters, who have adopted the Term “Zecken” (Ticks), which was originally intended as a slur by Right-leaning opponents, as a self-identifier and badge of pride, in a sense.
Football hooligans and members of the German far right clashed with riot police in the centre of Cologne on Sunday as a demonstration against Islamic extremism turned violent. About 4,000 hardline...
Hooligan firms (also known as football firms) are groups that participate in football hooliganism or other sports-related hooliganism. In European countries such as England and Poland , firms are clearly defined, but in Latin America the situation is less clear-cut.
Shocking moment German football hooligans trade punches and flying kicks during a mass brawl outside a bar in Majorca. Two groups square up to each other in front of bar before one man aims a kick...