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THE FIRMS

Almost every English and Scottish football club has what is known in hooligan circles as a 'firm'. This is a name which links many like minded thugs behind one banner. The word 'firm' brings together these groups almost as organised businesses. Confrontations are often organised by the leaders telephoning each other to arrange 'meets'.                                                                                 

What follows is a list of the names of major 'firms' in British football.


ENGLAND

Arsenal: Gooners

Aston Villa: Villa Youth, Steamers

Barnsley: Inter-City Tykes, Five-O

Birmingham City: Zulu Warriors

Blackpool: BRS (Bison Riot Squad), Seaside Mafia, BTS (Blackpool Tangerine Service)

Bolton Wanderers: Tonge Moor Slashers, Mongoose Cuckoo Boys, Billy Whiz Fan Club

Bradford City: The Ointment

Brighton and Hove Albion: Headhunters

Bristol City: Inter-City Robins

Burnley: Suicide Squad

Cambridge United: Cambridge Casuals

Cardiff City: Soul Firm

Carlisle United: BCF (Border City Firm)

Chelsea: Headhunters

Chesterfield: CBS (Chesterfield Bastard Squad)

Darlington: Darlington Casuals, Bank Top 200, The Gaffa, The Under-5's, The Townies

Derby County: DLF (Derby Lunatic Fringe)

Doncaster Rovers: DDR (Doncaster Defence Regiment)

Exeter City: Sly Crew

Fulham: Thames Valley Travellers

Grimsby Town: CBP (Cleethorpe Beach Patrol)

Hereford United: ICF (Inter-City Firm)

Huddersfield Town: HYC (Huddersfield Young Casuals)

Hull City: City Psychos

Leeds United: Service Crew

Leicester City: Baby Squad, MMA, Mathew and Marks Alliance, BIF (Braunstone Inter-City Firm)

Lincoln City: LTE (Lincoln Transit Elite)

Manchester City: Maine Line Service Crew, Guv'nors

Manchester United: Inter-City Jibbers, Cockney Reds

Middlesbrough: Frontline

Millwall: Bushwackers, The Treatment

Newcastle United: Bender Crew, NME (Newcastle Mainline Express)

Northampton Town: NAA (Northampton Affray Army)

Nottingham Forest: Red Dogs, Naughty Forties, Trent End Boot Boys

Oldham Athletic: Fine Young Casuals

Oxford United: Warlords

 

Peterborough United: PTC (Peterborough Terrace Crew)

Plymouth Argyle: Central Element

Portsmouth: 657 Crew

Reading: Berkshire Boot Boys

Rotherham United: Rotherham Casuals

Sheffield United: BBC (Blades Business Crew)

Sheffield Wednesday: OCS (Owls Crime Squad)

Shrewsbury Town: EBF (English Border Front)

Southampton: Inside Crew, The Uglies, Surburban Casuals

Stockport County: The Company, Hit Squad

Stoke City: Naughty Forty

Sunderland: Vauxies, Seaburn Casuals, Boss Lads, The Redskins

Swansea City: Swansea Jacks, Jacks Army

Tottenham Hotspur: Yiddos, N17s

Tranmere Rovers: TSB (Tranmere Stanley Boys)

West Bromwich Albion: Section Five

West Ham United: ICF (Inter-City Firm)

Wolverhampton Wanderers: Subway Army, Bridge Boys

Wrexham: Frontline

York City: YNS (York Nomad Society)


SCOTLAND

 

Aberdeen: ASC (Aberdeen Soccer Casuals)

Arbroath: Soccer Crew

Celtic: Celtic Casuals

Dunfirmline Athletic: CSS (Carnegie Soccer Service)

Heart of Midlothian: CSF (Casual Soccer Firm)

Hibernian: CCS (Capital City Service)

Montrose: No Casuals, Portland Bill Seaside Squad

Motherwell: SS (Saturday Service)

Glasgow Rangers: ICF (Inter-City Firm)

St Johnstone: FCF (Fair City Firm)

St Mirren: Love Street Division

 

 

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