Ultras World has released the list of the best football fan clubs recently. In the 58-minute-long video, we can see many choreographies that took weeks of work to organize for the given fan club. Thus, all of them earned respect for their performance. Moreover, a successful preparation consumes a lot of money, only to attract fanatics.
According to Helló Magyar, Ultras World, followed by more than one million people, released the newest list of the world’s best football fan clubs a few days ago. Though using pyrotechnics in stadiums is forbidden in most countries, it still amuses millions to watch how thousands of people can cooperate to create something spectacular to support their favourite teams. Football federations punish such equipment harshly. Meanwhile, Helló Magyar argues they should instead
introduce strict regulations regarding the use of pyrotechnics, Greek fires, firecrackers, fireworks in the stadiums.
That would be important because supporters, fans and fanatics represent the other important half besides the football players and the match itself. For those watching the events on the spot, organized support for the team can be as memorable as the goals. Moreover, the photos and videos made of the fans’ performances become viral on the Internet many times.
Helló Magyar says that the Hungarian Football Federation did not realize that such choreographies are attractive for many.
If they regulate and enable the use of pyrotechnic equipment, more people would come to the stadiums –
the news outlet says.
Interestingly, “illegal” fan performances are popular in the media. Furthermore, the Hungarian News Agency (MTI) regularly shares photos of such events.
The fans of Ferencváros, one of the oldest clubs in Hungary, are among the world’s best again. In 2020, they were 9th on the Ultras World list, and they could preserve that position this year. In the third place, there is the Zenit from Saint Petersburg. The silver medal went to the Red Star in Beograd.
The winner is the Legia Warsawa, which is very popular in Hungary.
Source: Helló Magyar