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Hooligans, fans and fanaticism

An international comparison of club and supporter cultures. Supporter violence around football matches regularly gives rise to considerable social outrage. This book places hooliganism and its fight against it in an international comparative perspective. It describes the nature and development of hooliganism at six Western European football clubs, including Feyenoord and Sparta Rotterdam.
Books If you want to know more about hooligans, we recommend that you read the books or articles below. Click on the PDF logo to read it. These books are written in Dutch.

Police Magazine - Fighting Arrangements

Showdowns organized by hooligans. Commissioned by Police & Science, criminologist and researcher Tom van Ham and Henk Ferwerda of Bureau Beke have conducted research into fighting agreements, their scope and implications for the police approach. The article was published in October 2017 in the magazine of the Police and is based on the research “Fighting by appointment”.

Hooligans - 16 candid stories

What moves hooligans? Why all that unconditional club love and eruptions of violence that regularly crop up? What characterizes the culture and manners of hooligans? Paul C. Vos interviewed sixteen key figures from the hard core of supporters of the main football clubs in the Netherlands and wrote down their stories - directly and without frills. The hooligans openly tell about how they have become part of the hard core, about their experiences, the rivalry, the unconditional friendship and of course the violence. This bundle offers a unique insight into the world of hooligans.. Paul C. Vos is a Dutch teacher and a football fan. For years he sat in the stands every week where he got to know members of the various supporter groups. For this book, he had conversations with supporters of ADO Den Haag, Ajax, FC Groningen, FC Twente, FC Utrecht, Feyenoord, NAC, NEC and PSV.
“No One Likes Us We Don’t Care”
www.hooligansatplay.com
Books If you want to know more about hooligans, we recommend that you read the books or articles below. Click on the PDF logo to read it. These books are written in Dutch.

Hooligans, fans and fanaticism

An international comparison of club and supporter cultures. Supporter violence around football matches regularly gives rise to considerable social outrage. This book places hooliganism and its fight against it in an international comparative perspective. It describes the nature and development of hooliganism at six Western European football clubs, including Feyenoord and Sparta Rotterdam.

Police Magazine - Fighting

Arrangements

Showdowns organized by hooligans. Commissioned by Police & Science, criminologist and researcher Tom van Ham and Henk Ferwerda of Bureau Beke have conducted research into fighting agreements, their scope and implications for the police approach. The article was published in October 2017 in the magazine of the Police and is based on the research “Fighting by appointment”.

Hooligans - 16 candid stories

What moves hooligans? Why all that unconditional club love and eruptions of violence that regularly crop up? What characterizes the culture and manners of hooligans? Paul C. Vos interviewed sixteen key figures from the hard core of supporters of the main football clubs in the Netherlands and wrote down their stories - directly and without frills.. The hooligans openly tell about how they have become part of the hard core, about their experiences, the rivalry, the unconditional friendship and of course the violence. This bundle offers a unique insight into the world of hooligans. Paul C. Vos is a Dutch teacher and a football fan. For years he sat in the stands every week where he got to know members of the various supporter groups. For this book, he had conversations with supporters of ADO Den Haag, Ajax, FC Groningen, FC Twente, FC Utrecht, Feyenoord, NAC, NEC and PSV.