Italian Ultras – B (Vecchio group names A-Z with group banners)

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B:

 

BABS Doc (see “Brigata Azione Bassa Selvaggia”)
Udindse

BABS Nucleo Sfatati
(BABS Debunked Core, see “Brigata Azione Bassa Selvaggia”)
Udinese

BABS Rasta (see “Brigata Azione Bassa Selvaggia”)
Udinese

Baby Club
Fermana, 1999:

Bad Baby
Reggina

Bad Boys
Ascoli, 1987-88:

Cagliari
Catania
Lucchese, 1994:

Monopoli, 1991-92:

Napoli
Pescara, 1988:

1992-93:

Prato
Sambenedettese
Spezia
Ternana
Vadese

Bad Hearts
Brescia

Bacco’s Brothers (Bacchus’ Brothers, Roman version of Greek god Dionysus – god of ritual madness and frenzy)
Ancona, 1988-89:

Bacco’s Sons (see above)
Arezzo

Bad Brains (1980s American punk-reggae band)
Barletta

Baldoria (Spree)
Bologna

Balls Breakers
Nocerina, 1988:

Padova

Banda Ragno (Spider Band)
Vicenza

Banditi (Bandits)
Torino

(The) Barbarians
Modena

Bar Drink
Hellas Verona, 1984-85:

Bar Jano’s Friends
Milan

Baraonda Biancoblu
Cassino, 2000:

Barbour Gang (after the Barbour jackets worn by the group)
Milan

Barone Rossonero (Red-Black Baron)
Milan

Baschi Rossoneri (Red-Black Basques)
Milan

Bassa Crew (Low Crew)
Torino

Batman Sez. Milan (Batman Milan Section)
Torino, 1992-93:

Battleship Giallorossa (Yellow-Red Battleship)
Messina

Beach Boys
Cesena
Turris

Bears
Alessandria, 1992-92:

Beastie Boys
Cerignola

Berghem Blues
Atalanta

Berici Alcoolici (Berici Spirits, as in the Berici Hills on which Vicenza stands)
Vicenza

Beveren Group
Siena, 1994-95:

Biamo Persi (We Lost)
Atalanta

Bisiachi (Seemingly after Italian violin maker Leandro Bisiach)
Udinese

BL Girls
Napoli

Black And White Fighters Gruppo Storico 1977 (Black and White Fighters Historical Group, also see “Fighters”)
Juventus, 1990:
1995:

1997-98:

1999:

Black And White Superstars
Udinese

Black And White Supporters
Juventus

Black Out
Avellino, 1994-95:

Black Panthers
Milan

Black Street
Brescia

Black Warriors
Ascoli
Udinese

Blood And Honour
Varese

Blousons Noirs
Lazio, 1992:

1992-93:

Blu Fighters (Blue Fighters)
Paganese

Blue Army
Novara

Blue Boys Supporters
Siracusa, 1994-95:

Blue Condors
Napoli

Blue Devils
Empoli

Blue Kaos
Prato, 1980s:

Blue Lions
Brescia
Napoli, 1988:

1990s:

1991-92:

Blue Tiger
Napoli, 1988:

Blue White Korps
Formia

Blue’s Brothers
Empoli

Bocciofila Ardita (Daring Bowler)
Monza, 1995:

Boldi Giovani (Bold Young People)
Sambenedettese

Bomber Group
Fiorentina

Boot Boys
Padova

Bordello
Messina, 1989-90:

Borgata Shanghai (Shanghai Township)
Ascoli, 1992:

1991-92:

Botoli Ringhiosi (Snarling Bumblebee)
Arezzo, 1996:

Boys
Alessandira
Arezzo, 1986:

Ascoli
Avellino, 1994-95:

Bari
Barletta
Bologna
Cassino
Castel Di Sangro
Catania, 1994-95:

Cecina, 1994-95:

Civitavecchia
Cosenza, 1988:

Empoli
Fiorentina ,1986:

Foggia
Frosinone
Giarre, 1992-93:

Giulianova, 1995-96:

Grosseto
Hellas Veron
Juve Stabia
Livorno
Mantova
Napoli, 1982:

Padova
Parma
Piacenza
Pistoiese
Pontedera
Potenza
Pro Vercelli
Ravenna
Reggiana
Reggina, 1988-89:

Roma, 1993:

Sambenedettese
Saronno
Siena
Siracusa
Sora
SPAL
Spezia, 1995-96:

Taranto, 1995-96:

Teramo, 1982-83:

1988-89:

Trapani
Trento
Turris, 1998:

Viareggio
Vicenza
Virtus Lanciano
Viterbese, 1995-96:

Boys Alcool (Alcohol Boys)
Ternana

Boys Amaranto (Amaranth Boys, red/purple colour)
Reggina

Boys Bianconeri (White-Black Boys)
Fanfulla

Boys Casale
Casale

Boys Cosenza
Cosenza

Boys Curva Nord (North Curve Boys)
Cremonese

Boys del bar Dorando (Boys from the Dorando Bar)
Carpi

Boys del Sud Cavese (Boys From South Cavese)
Cavese

Boys Eboli
Ebolitana

Boys Enzo Cuccaro (after a club president who’s reign brought league promotion)
Casertana

Boys Esso
Cesena

Boys Falange (Boys Phalanx)
Catania, 1994-95:

Boys Gela
Gela, 1996-97:

Boys Lilla
Legnano, 2000:

Boys Olbia
Olbia

Boys Parma 1977
Parma, 1985-86:

1986-87:

1993-94:

1995:

Boys Rebel Forever
Reggina

Boys Squadre d’Azione Giallorosse (Boys SAG) (Yellow-Red Boys Action Team)
Catanzaro, 1984-85:

Boys Squadre d’Azione Nerazzurre (Boys SAN) (Black-Blue Boys Action Team)
Inter, 1987:

1988-89:

1989-90:

1992-93:

Boys Sud (South Boys)
Torino

Boys TNT
Padova

Boys Ultra’
Salernitana

Boys Vanvitelli
Casertana

Boys Varese
Varese, 1990:

Boys Zen
Palermo

Bra Front
Bra

Brianza Alcoolica (Alcoholic Brianza)
Inter, 1988-89:

Brigadas Barracha (Spanish for Drunk Brigades)
Andria, 1989:

Brigaden (German for Brigade)
Battipagliese
Perugia, 1991-92:

1992:

Briganti (Robers)
Potenza, 1993-94:

Brigata (Brigade)
Brescia
Cavese
Legnano, 2000:

Reggiana
SPAL

Brigata Alcolica (Alcoholic Brigade)
Imperia

Brigata Antivicenza (Anti-Vicenza Brigade)
Padova

Brigata Azione Bassa Selvaggia (Low Wild Action Brigade)
Udinese

Brigata Belfast (Belfast Brigade)
Vicenza, 1991:

Brigata Carolina
Napoli

Brigata Centro (Center Brigade)
Fiorentina

Brigata Ciceron Street (Ciceron Street Brigade)
Juve Stabia

Brigata Doria
Sampdoria

Brigata Etrusca (Etruscan Brigade)
Viterbese

Brigata Falcioni
Fano, 1996-97:

Brigata Farnese
Piacenza

Brigata Gin Tonic
Ternana

Brigata Massaro (Massaro Brigade, after club player in the 80s and 90s Daniele Massaro)
Milan

Brigata Ostile (Hostile Brigade)
Potenza

Brigata Sclerotica (Reluctant to Adapt/Compromise Brigade)
Ravenna

Brigata Sezione (Section Brigade)
Brescia

Brigata Suicida (Suicide Brigade)
Atalanta

Brigata Tafferugli (Scuffles Brigade)
Spezia

Brigata Ultra’ (Ultras Brigade)
Perugia
Udinese, 1988-89:

Brigata Vallette
Torino

Brigata Veleno (Poison Brigade)
Cittadella
Reggina

Brigata Vesuviana (Vesuviana Brigade, after the Vesuviana railway line)
Turris, 1993-94:



Brigata Zeffirelli
Fiorentina

Brigata S.Elia
Cagliari

Brigate (Brigades)
Alessandria
Bari, 1987-88:

Bologna
Casertana
Cecina
Crotone
Empoli, 1994-95:

1997:

Fano
Fiorentina
Giugliano
Lecce, 1995:

Lecco
Molfetta, 1990-91:

Monza
Nola, 1991-92:

Parma
Pergocrema, 1986:

Sampdoria
Spezia
Ternana, 1987:

Vigor Lamezia

Brigate Amaranto (Amaranth Brigades, red/purple colour)
Livorno

Brigate Angolo (Angle Brigades)
Hellas Verona

Brigate Arancioni (Orange Brigades)
Pistoiese, 1991:

Brigate Autonome (Autonomous Brigades)
Gualdo

Brigate Autonome Livornesi (BAL99) (Autonomous Bridges from Livorno)
Livorno, 1999:

Brigate Azzurre (Blue Brigades)
Siracusa

Brigate Biancazzurre (White-Blue Brigades)
Matera

Brigate Bianche (White Brigades)
Olbia, 1997:

Brigate Bianco Azzure (White Blue Brigades)
Brescia

Brigate Biancoazzurre (White-Blue Brigades)
Novara

Brigate Biancoblu (White-Blue Brigades)
Brescia

Brigate Bianconere (White-Black Brigades)
Cesena
Siena

Brigate Biancorosse (White-Red Brigades)
Ancona
Mantova
Monza
Vittoria, 1992-93:

Brigate Elkjaer (Elkjaer Brigades, after 80s Danish club player Preben Elkjær)
Hellas Verona

Brigate Gialloblu (Yellow-Blue Brigades)
Fermana, 1999:

1999-00:

2000:

Hellas Verona, 1985:

1987-88:

Modena, 1985-86:

1988-89:

Brigate Giallorosse (Yellow-Red Brigades)
Benevento
Giulianova, 1995-96:

Lecce
Vadese

Brigate Gnorres
Prato

Brigate Intifada (See Intifada)
Savoia

Brigate Neroazzurre (Black-Blue Brigades)
Atalanta, 1990:

1991:

1992:

1995:

Brigate Neroverdi (Black-Green Brigades)
Venezia/VeneziaMestre

Brigate Rosanero (Pink-Black Brigades)
Palermo, 1985-86:

1987-88:

1989-90:

1993-94:

Brigate Rossoblu (Red-Blue Brigades)
Cagliari
Civitanovese
Cosenza, 1990-91:

Montevarchi, 1987-88:


1995-96:

Taranto

Brigate Rossoblu Vulture (Red-Blue Vulture Brigade)
Crotone

Brigate Rossonere (Red-Black Brigades)
Milan, 1992:

1999-00:

Virtus Lanciano

Brigate Rossoverdi (Red-Green Brigades)
Ternana

Brigate Rozze (Rough Brigades)
Livorno

Brigate Zigoni
Hellas Verona

Brigate Ultimo Scalin (Last Scalin Brigades)
Hellas Verona

Brigate Ultra’
Catania, 1990-91:

Nissa
Udinese

Bronx (includes “The Bronx”)
Avellino, 1984-85:

Catanzaro, 1984-85:

Fano, 1996-97:

Livorno, 1980:

Modena
Monza
Napoli

Bronx 167
Vastese, 1990:

Bronx Biancorosso (White-Red Bronx)
Vicenza

Bronx Faito
Juve Stabia

Bronx Pescara
Pescara, 1990:

Bronx Vigne (Bronx Vineyards)
Cesena, 1990-91:

Ternana

Brothers
Milan
Sampdoria
SPAL

Brother Nocera
Nocerina

Buba’s Group
Vicenza

Bulldog (includes “The Bulldog”)
Ancona
Empoli, 1988:

Modena
Prato
Sampdoria
Ternana

Bulldogs (includes “The Bulldogs”)
Casertana
Empoli
Giugliano
Inter
Milazzo
Padova, 1993:

Perugia
Pro Gorizia
Pro Sesto, 1993:

Reggina
Spezia, 1996:

Bulls Granata (Maroon Bulls)
Torino, 1992-93:

Bunker Skin
Cagliari, 1988-89:

Burx
Vicenza

Busa dei Gati (Lair of the Cat)
Vicenza

Bush
Avellino, 1994-95:

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