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

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F:

 

F4moon Forever (after a stadium sector)
Vicenza

Fabio Group (named after a supporter that passed away on the day the group was founded)
Vicenza, 1992-93:

Faction Ellenika (Maltese for Hellenic Faction)
Foggia

Falange (Phalanx)
Giugliano
Latina
Palermo

Falange Belforte (Belforte Phalanx)
Mantova, 1987-88:

Falange Bianconera (White-Black Phalanx)
Ascoli
Fanfulla, 1983-84:

Falange d’Assalto (Assault Phalanx)
Cagliari
Cavese, 1980s:

Ravenna, 1992-93:

Siena

Falange d’Assalto Bianconera (White-Black Assault Phalanx)
Udinese

Falange d’Assalto Biancorossa (White-Red Assault Phalanx)
Rimini, 1987-88:

Falange d’Assalto Rossazzurra (Red-Blue Assault Phalanx)
Catania, 1990-91:

1991-92:

Falange Fontana (Fountain Phalanx)
Padova

(I) Falchi (The Hawks)
Palermo

Falconara Alcool (Alcohol Falconara)
Ancona

Fanatic Cusp
Casarano, 1989:

Fans
Foggia, 1993-94:

Genoa
Lazio, 1988-89:

1989-90:

Roma

Fans Clan
Ternana, 1991:

1992:

Fans Club
Sampdoria, 1987-88:

Feccia Bianconera (White-Black Dregs)
Udinese

Fedayn (after Fedayeen, Middle Eastern military groups willing to sacrifice themselves)
Arezzo 1982-83:

1996:

Barletta
Brescia
Campobasso, 1989:

Carpi
Carrarese
Cassino, 1991-92:

2000:

Catanzaro, 1984-85:

Cesena
Chieti
Cosenza
Cremonese
Ebolitana, 1995:

Empoli, 1987-88:

Juve Stabia
Livorno, 1993:

1998:

Milazzo
Modena
Napoli, 1982:

1996:

Nola, 1989-90:

Palermo
Pisa
Potenza, 1985-86:

Reggina
Rimini
Roma, 1987-88:

1991:

Salernitana
Sambenedettese
Sassari Torres
Siracusa
Termoli, 1987:

Ternana, 1992:

Torino

Fedayn Bronx (see above)
Battipagliese, 1996-97:

1996-97:

Casertana, 1991-92:

Fedayn Rionero (see above)
Vultur Rionero, 1989:

Fedela alla Linea (Faithful To The Line)
Livorno

Fedelissimi (Faithful/Loyal, includes “I Fedelissimi” – The Faithful)
Atalanta, 1990:

Bologna, 1979:

1987-88:

Casertana
Cavese, 1980:

Fiorentina
Foggia
Giarre, 1992-93:

Lecce
Livorno
Matera
Messina, 1997-98:

1998:

Modena
Monopoli
Montevarchi, 1995-96:

Monza
Napoli
Palermo
Pescara
Reggiana
Reggina
Salernitana
Sampdoria, 1996-97:

Siena, 1985:

Ternana, 1992:

Torino, 1990-98:

Fedelissimi Antica Salerno
Salernitana

Fedelissimi Azzurri (Loyal Blues)
Napoli

:Fedelissimi Bar Mundial (Loyalists of the World Bar)
Monopoli, 1988-89:

Fedelissimi Bar Trieste (Loyalists of  the Trieste Bar)
Salernitana

Fedelissimi Bulldog (Bulldog Loyalists)
Palermo

Fedelissimi Granata (Maroon Loyalists)
Cittadella
Torino, 1986-87:

Fedelissimi Como Club Pucci
Como

Fedelissimi dell’American Bar (Loyalists from the American Bar)
Crotone

Fedelissimi Ultras Pergocrema

Fedelta Biancorossa (White-Red Loyalty)
Bari

Fegati Spappolati (Smashed Livers)
Battipagliese
Roma, 1986:

Fellows
Atalanta, 1991:

Feroci (Fierce)
Milan

Fighters
Ancona
Brindisi, 1988-89:

1989:

Campobasso
Cesena
Crotone
Jesina
Juventus, 1984 (see also “Black and White Fighters Gruppo 1977”):

1985:

Lecce
Mantova
Matera
Messina
Milazzo
Napoli
Ostia
Padova
Reggina
Salernitana
Spezia
Turris, 1998:

Fighters Black and White
Siena

Fighters Ditch
Pisa, 1987-88:

1988:

Fighters United
Arezzo, 1982-83:

1990:

1995-96:

Figlie di Hera (Daughters of Hera)
Crotone

Filippone Nero-Verde (Filippone Black-Green)
Chieti, 1990-91:

Filone c’É (Filone is There)
Crotone

Fire Red Green
Ternana, 1992:

Firmon Army
Fermana, 1999:

Fiumaretta Clan
Carrarese

Flanagan Group
Modena

Flip Out
Cesena
Fiorentina
Pavia, 1990:

Forever Eagles
Spezia

Forever Fighters
Pavia

Forever Kaos
Battipagliese, 1988-89:

Forever Southern
Avellino, 1994-95:

Forever Ultra’
Napoli

Forever Ultras
Brescia
Bologna, 1988-89:

Carpi
Cavese, 1980:

Civitavecchia
Como
Giarre, 1992-93:

Inter
Mantova, 1993:

Lucchese
Taranto

Forever Ultras Ghetto
Gela, 1996-97:

Reggiana, 1985-86:

1985:

1980s:

1987:

1988-89:

Fossa (Den/Lair/Pit)
Alessandria
Ancona
Arezzo
Brescia, 1985-86:

Fiorentina
Frosinone
Giugliano
Juventus
Lecce
Lucchese
Maglie, 1993:

Mantova
Modena
Palermo
Perugia
Pescara
Rimini
Sambenedettese

Fossa Arditi (Bold/Hardy Pit)
Monza

Fossa Autonoma (Independent Den)
Modena

Fossa Berica (Vicenza Native’s Lair, as in the Birici Hills on which the city stands)
Vicenza

Fossa Bizantina (Byzantine Den, as in the Eastern Roman Empireaka-Byzantine Empire, after the ancient Greek area of Byzantium where the city of Constantinople was founded)
Ravenna

Fossa dei Campioni (Pit of Champions)
Juventus

Fossa dei Grifoni (Griffin’s Den)
Genoa, 1990-91:

1991:

Perugia

Fossa dei Leoni (Lion’s Den)
Acireale, 1992-93:

1993-94:

Empoli
Milan, 1978:

1989-90:

1992:

1998:

Siracusa
Virescit

Fossa dei Lupi (Wolves’ Den)
Roma

Fossa della Morte (Death Pit)
Livorno
Torino

Fossa delle Aquile (Lair of the Eagles)
Palermo

Fossa Etrusca (Etruscan Lair, after the ancient Italian civilisation)
Arezzo, 1991-92:

Fosssa Friulana
Triestina, 1993:

Fossa Giganti
Akragas, 1984-85:

Fossa Giovio (seemingly after 16th century Italian physician Paolo Giovio, born of Lake Como)
Como

Fossa Girls (Girls Den)
Reggina

Fossa Granata (Maroon Den)
Trapani, 1987:

Fossa Jonica
Crotone, 1996-97:

Fossa Laborica (Livornian Den)
Livorno

Fossa Lariana (after the Lario/Lake Como region)
Como, 1985-86:

1987-88:

1990-91:

(La) Fossa Nerazzurri (The Black-Blue Den)
Pisa

(La) Fossa Nerazzurro (The Black-Blue Den)
Atalanta

Fossa Picena
Ascoli

Fossa Rasta (Rasta Den)
Alessandria, 1987-88:

Fossa Sudista (Southern Den)
Reggina

Fossa Ultra’ (Ultra’s Den)
Cagliari, 1985-86:

France Legion
Padova

Frange Rossonere (Red-Black Fringed)
Milan

Frangia (Fringe)
SPAL, 1992-93:

Frangia Alcoolica (Alcohol Fringe)
Turris

Frangia Ostile (Hostile Fringe)
Roma

Friulani al Seguito (Friulani the Sequel, after the Friuli region of Italy/the club’s Stadio Friuli)
Udinese

Freak Boys
Battipagliese, 1997-98:

Bologna, 1989:

Padova

Freak Brothers
Ternana, 1992-93:

1992:

Freak Devils
Teramo

Freak Sisters
Frosinone

Free Boys
Cesena

Friuli Front (after the Friuli region of Italy/the club’s Friuli Stadium)
Udinese

Front
Hellas Verona, 1987-88:

Lecco, 1997-98:

Potenza, 1993-94:

Reggiana
Venezia/VeneziaMestre

Fronte (Front)
Frosinone
Turris

Fronte Brianzola (Brianza Front, referencing a historical region of Italy that incompases mondern day Monza)
Monza

Fronte d’Assalto Granata (Maroon Assault Front)
Fano, 1986-87:

Fronte d’Azione (Action Front)
Palermo
Siracusa

Fronte del Porto (Front of the Port)
Spezia

Fronte E_____ (?)
Monopoli, 1991-92:

Fronte Granata (Maroon Front)
Salernitana, 1987-88:

Fronte Ribelle (Rebel Front)
Saronno

Fronte Rosso (Red Front)
Ternana

Funky Group
Ravenna

Fuori Orario (Out of Hours)
Perugia

Fuori Testa (Out of Mind)
Spezia, 1989-90:

Furie Rosse (Red Fury)
Arezzo, 1986-87:

Perugia

Furiosi (Furious)
Cagliari, 1994:

Juve Stabia
Milazzo
Nissa
Novara
Trapani, 1994-95:

Furiosi Biancorossi (White-Red Fury)
Reggina

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