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Transcript of ULTRAS
meaning "beyond" ULTRAS are beyond normal fans,
and their enthusiasm is beyond normal ORIGINS In 1960s some Italian clubs lowered ticket prices for some sectors.
Young people between the ages of 15 and 25 started to attend matches
They had their own identity tied to their team and territory
They behaved differently from others
Young people in cheap sectors assembled into groups and created their own way of supporting
Diffirentiated themselves from others by colorful uniforms, banners, scarfs, and chants, songs, etc. I T A L Y CROATIA Hajduk split torcida created in 1950 Fedelissimi Granata Created in 1951 E N G L A N D hooligans F R A N C E Football Scarf G E R M A N Y S P A I N Barcelona vs. Real Madrid Global Studies major Kerim Nurmakanov Ultras' techniques Chanting Singing Pyrotechnics Dancing signal flares flash flares Bengal lights Rockets Symbolics Uniform Tees Scarfs Banners Flags Others Toilet Paper Confetti ULTRAS and Politics NAZI Skinheads Jews (Ajax) Liberation of Croatia ULTRAS
violence April 18th, 2010
Stadio Olimpico, Rome, italy Yearly Roman derby between
AC Roma and Lazio were always known for severe rivalry between fans,
but this time... the fans from both sides were trying to bring these "accesories" into, and were planning to have a "serious conversation" with each other... The fans fought anyway... ...and clashed again outside The End! Thank You!!! Communists Referee