Fighting fans: football hooliganism as a world phenomenon
This volume considers soccer hooliganism in 14 countries and shows that, despite its tendencies to be associated with English culture, it has long been a social problem worldwide.
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2002 World Cup aggressive Alianza Lima American sports crowd Argentina attack Australian soccer Bairner barras bravas barristas British carnival cent chapter claques conflict context countries culture Cup Finals Dunning Ellis Park Stadium ethnic Euro 96 example fan clubs fan groups FC Porto fighting FNB Stadium football clubs football fans football hooliganism football matches football spectators football-related violence forms German hard-core fans Hungarian Hungary identity involved J-League Japan Kaizer Chiefs League Leicester male masculinity missiles thrown neighbourhood newspapers North American sports Northern Ireland occurred organisation Orlando Pirates particular patterns Peristeri phenomenon pitch invasion play players police political popular post-event Praha problem referee reported riots rival rivalry Soccer Australia soccer hooliganism social society sociological Sowetan sports crowd disorder sports events stadia stadium subcultural supporterism symbolic terraces ultras groups vandalism violent incidents working-class World Cup young youth