StickeRound-Up #2: Málaga Special

Previously in StickeRound-Up, this “modern” series launched with a look at ultras, hooligans and general fan stickers located close to POTPHQ. If you follow our social media pages then you’ll be aware that we were recently in Málaga, Spain, and it is from there we have compiled installment number two with pictures of every possible sticker in the city (well, there was one exception – MK Dons).

Werder Bremen:

AIK, Sol Invictus:

FC Viktoria Plzeň:

AIK:

Hertha BSC, HauptstadtmafiaKarlsruhe SC, Wildboys, and Pyro On The Pitch:

Shelbourne FC and Hannover 96:
1. FC Kaiserslautern:
Arka Gdynia; IFK Göteborg, Supras; Allerta Fedayn:
SC Austria Lustenau and Paris St. Germain, PSG Malaka:
Hertha BSC, Hauptstadtmafia:
PEC Zwolle, Zwolle Hooligans:
Eintracht Frankfurt, Droogs 20 years, and Marseille:
Śląsk Wrocław:
1. FC Magdeburg:
Eintracht Frankfurt, Droogs:
Paris St. Germain, Independants VA91:
AIK, Norra Ståplats (Northern Stand) and AS Roma:
AC Perugia:
SG Dynamo Dresden:
Rot Weiss Ahlen, Werse Stadt:
Chelsea FC:
AIK covering Djurgårdens IF:
Śląsk Wrocław:
FC St. Pauli, Hinchas:
Switzerand:
Eintracht Frankfurt, Droogs:
Pyro On The Pitch and FC Sion:
Legia Warsaw:
IH Samurai Iserlohn (ice hockey), Ultras Iserlohn:
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At Estadion La Roselada, FC Utrecht; Tranmere Rovers; Malaga; Shelbourne; West Bromich Albion; Crystal Palace, among others:
Hamburger SV:
Austria Salzburg, Tough Guys:
Spartak Moscow covering CSKA Sofia, Ultras; ???; Arka Gdynia:
FC Zürich, Bulldogs, and Tranmere Rovers, Planet Prentonia:
Eintracht Frankfurt, Droogs:
Atlético Madrid:
Coventry City:
1. FC Union Berlin covering FC Basel:
Eintracht Frankfurt:
AIK:
Hamburger SV, Burghem Blues:
Pyro On The Pitch and Shelbourne:
RC Lens, Youth Lens:
Austria Salzburg:
IFK Göteborg:
Marseille:
Eintacht Frankfurt, Droogs:
Paris St. Germain, Nautecia Paris, and RC Lens, Youth Lens:
Paris St. Germain, PSG Malaka:
Real Madrid:
CSKA Sofia, Hooligans Army, and Paris St. Germain, PSG Malaka:
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Standard Liège, Ultras Inferno:
Swindon Town:
Brescia:
FC Copenhagen:
Nissa FC:
Eintracht Frankfurt:
CD Castellón, Frente Orellut:
Glasgow Celtic:
Marseille:
AIK:

FC Barcelona, Maresme Crew:

Antifa Casuals:
Ipswich Town:
Lecco, Ultras Lecco Ovunque (Everywhere):
Standard Liège, Ultras Inferno:
Wacker Innsbruck, Verrückte Köpfe (Crazy Heads):
UC Ceares, Metro Troop:
??? covering Hansa Rostock:
Red Star Belgrade:
Willem II:
Silkeborg IF:

Eintracht Frankfurt, Droogs:
AIK:
Eintracht Frankfurt, Ultras:
FC United of Manchester:
Örebro SK:
 

Eintracht Frankfurt:
Spartak Moscow:
BFC Dynamo, East Company Ultras:
RC Lens, Youth Lens:
Love Football, Hate Racism:
Willem II:
Paris St. Germain, Nautecia:
Extremadura UD:
FC Cartagena, Black and White Army:
Bradford City:
Marseille:
???:
FC Sion, Red Tigers:
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International Duty – Club Banners At National Team Games #6 (Gallery)

In this photo-series we take a look at some low-fi old school examples of ultras and hooligan group banners, club supporter group banners and regular club flags, when used in the context of an international match. This was particularly common for countries who would rotate home stadiums on a regular basis and hence visit a lot of clubs’ home grounds (with the most prominent example being Italy), while away games provided the opportunity for the likes of England’s firms to display banners that would not have been seen at Wembley. 

Italy vs Argentina, friendly, 21/12/1989
“Sconvolts” and others of Cagliari Calcio:

England vs Germany, US Cup, 19/06/1993
Bristol City
:

Germany vs Portugal, World Cup 98 qualifier, 06/09/1997
“Dietmar
Bottrop” and “Menden Sieg” of FC Schalke 04, “Blue System” of “Hamburger SV”, and many others:

Switzerland vs Scotland, Euro 92 qualifier, 11/09/1991
Arbroath FC:

Switzerland vs England, friendly, 28/05/1988
Hull City, “Blades Business Crew” of Sheffield United, and “6:57 Crew” of Portsmouth FC:

Slovenia vs Ukraine, Euro 00 qualifier, 13/11/1999
“Green Dragons”
of NK Olimpija Ljubljana:

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Heroic Hang Jobs #2 (Gallery)

It’s high time for another edition of this new series where we look at classic flag and banner hanging, great and small. Throw in some of the best sinister old school railings and fences for a winning formula.

Austria Vienna vs Zalgiris Vilnius, UEFA Cup, 07/10/1988:

Netherlands vs Greece, Euro ’88 qualifier, 25/03/1987:

West Germany vs Argentina, friendly, 12/09/1984:

Slovakia vs Romania, Euro ’96 qualifier, 15/11/1995:

FC Den Bosch vs Feyenoord, Eredivisie, 14/09/1986:

Hamburger SV vs Nottingham Forrest, European Cup Final, 28/05/1980:

Northern Ireland vs Republic of Ireland, World Cup ’94 qualifier, 17/10/1993:

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