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

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S:

Salernitana Bersagliera (Salernitana Sharpshooters)
Salernitana

Sampierdarena nel Cuore (In The Heart Sampierdarena)
Genoa

Samurai Ultras
Imperia, 1984:

1994:

San Pietro Alcolica (Saint Peter Alcoholic)
Novara

Sanitarium (aka an insane asylum)
Cremonese

(I) Santi Bevitori (The Holy Drinkers)
Padova

Savage
Inter

Sbaliati (Sbagliati – Wrong)
Foggia

Sballata (Wrong)
Perugia, 1992:

Sballo (High)
Lanciano, 1994-95:

Sbandati (Stragglers)
Atalanta, 1990:

Bari
Barletta
Como, 1994:

Livorno, 1990:

1998:

Ternana, 1990:

Sbufasa
Torino

Scellerati (Wicked)
Sambenedettese

Schiavi dell’Alcool (Slaves of Alcohol)
Cagliari

Sciame Selvaggio (Wild Swarm)
Palermo

Scomodi (Uncomfortable)
Reggiana

Scomodi Granata (Uncomfortable Maroon)
Reggiana

Scon Volts (includes “Sconvolts”, Stoners – from Sconvolti translating to upset but slang for weed smokers)
Altamura
Barletta, 1990-91:

Benevento, 1999:

Bologna
Brescia
Cagliari, 1989:

1994:

1994:

Cesena, 1986-87:

1987:

Derthona, 1988-89:

1989:

Frosinone, 1988:

Lanciano, 1994-95:

Mantova
Matera, 1991:

Milan, 1992:

Modena
Pergocrema, 1986:

Perugia
Piacenza
Pisa, 1996:

Salernitana
Sambenedettese
Taranto
Ternana
Vicenza
Vis Pesaro

Sconvolti (Stoners, see above)
Carpi
Catania
Sambenedettese

Scorpions
Como, 1994:

Scottish Clan
Genoa
Rimini
Spezia, 1996:


Vis Pesaro

Scray’s Group
Pistoiese, 1991:

Screaming Girls
Ravenna, 1992-93:

Seguaci (Followers)
Napoli

Sempre Al Bar (SAB) (Always At Bar, a group that would hang their banner upside-down on away days if the bar in the stadium was closed)
Monza

Sendero Luminoso (Spanish for Shining Path, after the Communist Party of Peru’s nickname)
Ternana, 1987:

Sensazione Unica (Unique Feeling)
Cagliari

Settebello (Beautiful Seven)
Fiorentina

Settembre Bianconero (White-Black September, after the Palestinian terrorist group Black September who carried out the Munich 72 Olympics hostage massacre)
Ascoli, 1992:

Settembre Rossonero (Red-Black September, see above)
Milan

Seven Up
Carpi

Settore Rigido (Rigid Sector)
Crotone

Sewers
Messina

Sez. 22 Aprile (Section 22 April)
Livorno, 1980:

Sezione (Section)
Modena

Sezione Amaranto Arezzo Ovest (Amaranth Arezzo Section West, red/purple colour)
Arezzo

Shanghai
Benevento, 1997:

Sharks
Crotone, 2001:

Shining (after horror film The Shining)
Inter

Shining Group (after horror film The Shining)
Ternana, 1992:

Siamo Belli Come il Sole (We Are Beautiful Like The Sun)
Milan

Side Kaos
Cavese, 1999:

Sieg (German for Hail)
Frosinone, 1987-88:

Sieg Heil (German for Hail Victory)
Ascoli
Varese

Signoria (Lordship)
Fiorentina

Simpson Group (reference to The Simpsons TV show)
Salernitana, 1994-95:

Sioux
Milan
Roma
Teramo, 1988-89:

Ternana

Sioux Boys
Ascoli, 1987-88:

Siracusa Superstars
Siracusa

Sirakaos
Siracusa

SK8
Modena

Ska
Cesena

Skates Crew
Modena

Skegge
Mantova, 1993-94:

Skiantos (after an Italian comedy-punk band from the 1970s)
Hellas Verona

Skiantos Group (see above)
Cesena

Skin Heads (includes “Skinheads”)
Bologna,
Genoa
Lecce
Nocerina
Novara
Padova
Pavia, 1990-91:

Pisa, 1996-97:

Pro Patria
Spezia
Torino

Skins
Bologna
Cesena, 1991:

Chieti, 1990:

Cosenza, 1988:

Genoa
Inter, 1989:

1991:

Prato, 1980s:

Sampdoria
Sora
Termoli, 1987:

Turris

Skizzati (Crazies, as in “Skitzos”)
Casertana, 1989:

Milan
Napoli
Sora
Padova
Turris

Skonvolt Heads (Stoner Heads, see Sconvolts)
Juve Stabia

Skunkati (Skunks, possibly as in skunk cannabis)
Milan

Slappers
Ternana, 1992:

Slaves
Foggia

Smoked Heads
Campobasso, 1986:

Smoking Drug
Ternana

SmokinGroup
Cesana

(The) Snakes
Inter, 1992:

Sola Group (One Group)
Modena

Solo Crotone (Only Crotone)
Crotone

Sostenitori (Supporters)
Teramo

Sostenitori Azzurri (Blue Supporters)
Napoli

South Boys
Lecce, 1995:

Napoli
Palermo

South Commandos
Reggiana, 1988-89:

South East
Padova

South Force
Benevento, 1993-94:

South Force Ultra’ Reggio
Reggina

South Kaos
Casertana
Milazzo

South Landers
Siracusa, 1989-90:

South Lions
Siracusa

South Rasta
Siracusa

South Rebel
Cosenza, 1988:

South Warriors
Battipagliese
Nocerina

South Winners
Acireale, 1992-93:

Southern
Barletta

Southern Boys
Casertana, 1991-92:

1991-92:

Southern Pride
Reggina, 1987-88:

Southerns
Catanzaro, 1985-86:

1987-88:

Reggiana

Sparuta Presenza (Sparuta Presence)
Piacenza

Special Group
Nocerina, 1996:

1997-98:

Spezia Fans
Spezia, 1985-86:

Spider
Cesena

Spiders
Avellino, 1994-95:

1994-95:

Splatter Group
Avellino, 1994-95:

SPQR
Lazio, 1992:

Potenza, 1993-94:

Roma

SPQR Front
Lodigiani

SPQS Nocera
Nocerina, 1996:

Squadre d’Azione Biancorosse (White-Red Action Teams)
Vicenza

Squadre d’Azione Granata (SAG) (Maroon Action Teams)
Reggiana, 1997:

Torino

Squadraccia (Squad)
Milan

Stalinist Army (after 1920s-50s Soviet leader Joseph Stalin)
Livorno

Stampo Italiano (Italian Mold)
Bari

Stars
Milan

Stati Confusionari (Confusing States)
Monopoli, 1991-92:

Station Boys
Avellino, 1994-95:

Stato D’Ebbrezza (State of Intoxication)
Gubbio, 1988-89:

Stella Granata (Maroon Star)
Reggiana

Stoned
Atalanta
Fiorentina
Poggibonsi
Salernitana
Spezia

Stoned Again
Pergocrema, 1987-88:

Siena, 1990:

SPAL, 1989:

Stra’ Alcool (Street Alcohol, see below)
SPAL

Stra’ Kaos (as in Strada meaning Street, Street Kaos)
Ascoli
Carpi, 1997:

Como
Empoli
Foggia
Modena
Poggibonsi
Potenza, 1993-94:

Strambati (Taunters)
Reggina

Strange Jackets
Ternana, 1992:

Strange People
Acireale, 1992-93:

Straffat (Swedish for Punished)
Milan

Street Urchins
Paganese, 1991-92:

Sturm und Drang (German for Storm and Desire/Stress)
Fano
Hellas Verona

Sturm Truppen (German for Storm Troops)
Centese
Como, 1988-89:

Lucchese
Perugia
Siena, 1990:

Suburban Boys
Matera

Sun Group
Reggina, 1994-95:

Sunday Bloody Sunday (referecing the U2 song about the British Army massacre of civilians in Derry, Ireland, in 1972, and the day league games are played)
Nocerina

Superstars
Juventus

Superstars Granata (Maroon Superstars)
Torino

Supporters
Alessandria
Atalanta
Battipagliese
Bologna
Brescia
Cecina
Centese
Cesena, 1985-86:

Fiorentina, 1989:

Hellas Verona
Livorno
Lucchese
Mantova, 1988:

Milan
Modena
Monopoli, 1982-83:

Padova
Parma
Poggibonsi
Ravenna
Reggina
Salernitana, 1988-89:

Savona
SPAL,1985-86:

Ternana
Trapani, 1994-95:

Udinese

Supporters Bassa Friulana
Udinese

Supporters Rossoblu (Red-Blue Supporters)
Montevarchi, 1995-96:

Svitati (Screw Loose)
Pisa, 1996-97:

Swarm
Palermo

Swarm Supporter Stabia
Juve Stabia, 1991-92:



1994-95:

Swing Kids
Nocerina, 1997-98:

Swing Out Group
Ascoli, 1988:



1988:

1989-90:

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