Italian Ultras – L and M (Vecchio group names A-Z with group banners)

For A-Z overview click here, or for all individual letters posts click here.

L:

La Balzana
Siena, 1994-95:

La Banda Alkoolika (Alcoholic Band)
Salernitana

La Crema (The Cream)
Hellas Verona

La Magia Siamo Noi Ultras (The Magic We Are Ultras)
Vicenza

Ladies Bianconere (White-Black Ladies)
Siena, 1985:

Ladies Biancorosse (White-Red Ladies)
Mantova

Ladies Napoli (formed by University lecturers)
Napoli

Lambruskizzati (Crazy-Lambrusco)
Modena

Las Vegas
Nocerina, 1988:

Lega Berica (League of Natives of Vicenza, as in the Berici Hills on which the city stands)
Vicenza

Lega Granata (Maroon League)
Torino

(The) Legion of the Hooligans
SPAL

Legion Nerazzure (Black-Blue Legion)
Civitavecchia

Legionari della Maratona (Legionaries of the Marathon)
Torino

Legionari Tigre (Tiger Legionnaires)
Milan

Legione (Legion)
Bologna, 1987-88:

Inter
Livorno
Torino

Legione Alcoolica (Alcoholic Legion)
Piacenza

Legione Biancoblu (White-Blue Brigade)
Prato, 1980s:

Legione Brindisi (Brindisi Legion)
Brindisi, 1985-86:

Legione d’Assalto (Assault Legion)
Monza, 1985:

Legione Girls (Legion Girls)
Novara

Legione Gotica (Gothic Legion)
Piacenza, 1988-89:

1988-89:

1988-89:

1995-96:

Legione Granata (Maroon Legion)
Salernitana

Legione Rosanero (Pink-Black Legion)
Palermo

Legione Sudista (Southern Legion)
Matera, (1991):

Legione Sveva (Swabian Legion, after the Swabian region of southwestern Germany)
Termoli

Legione Ultras (Ultras Legion)
Novara, 1992-93:

Leonessa Rossanera (Red-Black Lioness)
Milan, 1997:

Leoni (Lions)
Torino

Leoni Armati (Armed Lions)
Padova

Leoni Biancoscudati (White-Shielded Lions)
Padova

Leoni della Maratona (Lions from the Marathon)
Torino, 1988-89:

Leoni della Nord (Lions from the North)
Padova

(I) Leoni della Nord (The Lions from the North)
Frosinone

(I) Leoni della Ovest (The Lions of the West)
Catanzaro

Leoni Nerazzuri (Black-Blue Lions)
Pisa

Leumann Dandies
Torino

Liberta’ Korps (Freedom Korps)
Monza, (1989-90):

Libidine Rossoverde (Red-Green Lust)
Ternana

Linea Gotica (Gothic Line)
Rimini

Lions
Cosenza, 1988:

Inter, 1983:

Reggina
Salernitana, 1994-95:

Turris

Lions Supporters
Derthona, 1987:

1988-89:

Lion’s Supporters
Jesina

Longobards (Lombards, the Germanic tribe who ruled Italy in the middle ages for whom the region of Lombardy is named)
Cremonese, 1989-90:


Inter, 1992:

LonsGroup (a play on popular casual brand Lonsdale)
Reggina

Lords
Padova

Lords Kaos
Milan

Lost Boys
Cosenza

Lunatici (Lunitics)
Juve Stabia

Lupi (Wolves)
Roma

Lupi della Sila (Wolves of the Sila, after the mountinous region of Calabria, southern Italy)
Cosenza

(I) Lupi della Sud (The Wolves of the South)
Lecce, 1985:

LVD
Padova

M:

Mad Boys
Napoli, 1993:

Mad Men
Cesena

Madness
Padova

Madness Group
Venezia/VeneziaMestre

Maestri Comacini (Comacine Masters after the Medival stonemasons in the Lombard/Como region of that name)
Como, 1994:

Magenti
Livorno, 1998:

Magic Group
Foggia, 1993-94:

Magico Padova (Magic Padova)
Padova

Maglie Paranoica (Maglie Paranoid)
Maglie, 1993:

Maiali Inquinanti (Polluting Pigs)
Vicenza

Manicomio (Mental Hospital)
Spezia

Manicomio Biancazzurro (White-Blue Mental Hospital)
Prato

Malati (Sick People)
Bari

Malborghetto
Fiorentina

Maledetti (Cursed)
Cagliari

Maledugatti (Cats of Bad)
Vicenza

Malvagi (Evil)
Casertana

Manipolo (Handpiece)
Padova

Marines Gialloblu’ (Yellow-Blue Marins)
Hellas Verona

Masseria
Napoli, 1997:

Massimo (Maximum)
Catanzaro
Teramo

Masters
Foggia

Mastiffs
Mantova, 1994:

Napoli, 1996:

1999-00:

Mastiffs’ Supporters
Nocerina, 1988:

Mastini (Mastiffs)
Nocerina, 1997-98:

Membrosi Clan
Crotone

Menti Opache (Opaque Minds)
Casertana

Menti Perdute (Lost Minds)
Pistoiese, 1991:

Ternana, 1987:

1992:

Meridiano Zero (Zero Meridian)
Palermo

Metal Army
Monza

Metal Brigate (Metal Brigades)
Vicenza

Metal Invasion
Cesena

Metal Kaos
Catanzaro

Metal Head
Cesena

Metal Hurlant Pratola Serra (French for Howling Metal Pratola Serra, after Métal Hurlant, a French science fiction/horror comics anthology from the 1970s)
Avellino, 1985:

Metal Militia
Milan, 1992:

Milan Fans Berlin
Milan

Milano Capitale (Milan Capital)
Milan

Mine Vaganti (Stray Mines)
Ternana, 1991:

1992:

Miserabili (Miserables)
Cagliari

Mister Hyde
Pescara

Mods
Alessandria
Arezzo, 1996:

Benevento, 1993-94:

1997:

1999:

Bologna, 1984-85:

1987-88:

1988-89:

1991:

1991-92:

Carpi
Cassino
Chieti
Como
Crotone
Formia
Frosinone
Jesina
Lecco
Maglie
Messina
Milan
Modena
Narnese, 1993-94:

Padova
Perugia
Pisa
Potenza
Prato
Reggiana, 1988-89:

Roma
Salernitana
Sambenedettese, 1987:

Siena, 1985:

Teramo
Ternana, 1992-93:

Torino, 1987-88:

Triestina, 1987-88:

Mods Bassa Padana
Piacenza

Mods Caserta
Casertana

Mods Group
Campobasso, 1989:

Mods Rule
Catanzaro

Monkeys
Inter, 1992-93:

Perugia, 1995-96:

Monumento
Ancona, 1991:

Mucchio Selvaggio (Wild Bunch)
Carpi, 1997:

Mujaidin (Mujahideen, Arabic for jihadists)
Nocerina

MUKS
Rimini

Muppet Show
Brescia

Mummions
Salernitana

Mussi Volanti (Flying Donkeys)
Chievo

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