Are there Latino and American Soccer Hools?

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Are there Latino Soccer Hools?
In Europe a common phenomenon are soccer hools, they are often racist as well and skinheads. Do they exist in Latin America as well since soccer is as popular in latin america as in europe?

Also in the USA soccer is not as popular but are there type of hools and radical fans in NFL, NBL, etc.?
 

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Generally, in the USA soccer is only played by little schoolgirls. And the fans are all soccer moms named Karen.
 

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Are there Latino Soccer Hools?
In Europe a common phenomenon are soccer hools, they are often racist as well and skinheads. Do they exist in Latin America as well since soccer is as popular in latin america as in europe?

Also in the USA soccer is not as popular but are there type of hools and radical fans in NFL, NBL, etc.?
In the USA soccer is a sport, not a religion. The hooligans are located only in Philadelphia.
 
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Generally, in the USA soccer is only played by little schoolgirls. And the fans are all soccer moms named Karen.
Latinos just told me that there are very violent soccer fans in latin america, but they arent racist they declare as anti-fa but they are very violent.
 

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Generally, in the USA soccer is only played by little schoolgirls. And the fans are all soccer moms named Karen.
Latinos just told me that there are very violent soccer fans in latin america, but they arent racist they declare as anti-fa but they are very violent.
Here,Mortimer is what happened between Honduras and El Salvador in 1969. 6000 were killed in a 100 hour war.


The Football War (Spanish: La guerra del fútbol; colloquial: Soccer War or the Hundred Hours' War also known as 100 Hour War) was a brief war fought between El Salvador and Honduras in 1969. Existing tensions between the two countries coincided with rioting during a 1970 FIFA World Cup qualifier.[1] The war began on 14 July 1969, when the Salvadoran military launched an attack against Honduras. The Organization of American States (OAS) negotiated a cease-fire on the night of 18 July (hence "100 Hour War"), which took full effect on 20 July. Salvadoran troops were withdrawn in early August.

 

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I think Argentina has a huge hooligan scene where the groups control tickets , drugs and so on. They are into organised crime and on a bigger scale than their European counterparts.
 

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In Brazil a few years ago, the fans decapitated a referee that dissatisfied them. I guess that's Latin America, no?

Here in the United States, professional sports seek a family oriented crowd that will buy lots of merchandise. They will throw out fans for throwing a paper cup on to the field or for bad language. Further, they limit the sale of beer nowadays in most locations. "Safety" is the key, making the event kid-friendly is what they like to do.
 

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