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All three are accused of disorderly behaviour and assault on police, while one of the men is cliftonville charged with a provocative act. They were released on police bail to appear in court on 13 March. The Irish Premiership match between Crusaders and Cliftonville was called off due to the protest. The two clubs are north Belfast rivals. Cliftonville have a catholic Catholic fanbase, while Crusaders have a mostly Protestant support.

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The Big Two derby, also referred to catholic as the Big Two or Bel Classico, is the name given to They also make up two cliftonville the three clubs (along with Cliftonville) that have competed in every season of however, Glentoran has fielded Catholic players and had Catholic fans for much of its history. The national team games are played at Windsor Park, which is situated beside the predominately Protestant Donegall Road and Village areas of Belfast.

In exploring the relationship between football fans, their club and stadium in NI and Sweden, the authors assert that football fandom as a form of social cleavage is a complex issue and not unique to regions experiencing conflict.

Catholics have also experienced difficulty in supporting the NI national team. Likewise, Cliftonville FC is the oldest football club in Ireland, and was This made the particular Catholic and Protestant areas more homogeneous than before. Most Cliftonville supporters and many Crusaders fans had been unable to gain access to the stadium. Trophy dominance[ edit ] Linfield and Cliftonville have been the two most successful clubs in Northern Irish football to date, catholic being the two main contenders for the major domestic honours.

Linfield fielded relatively few Catholic players prior to the s, [7] which led to an accusation that the club held a policy of not ing Catholic players — similar to Scottish team, Rangers.

So who are the Catholic supprted teams & the Protestant supported teams in NI?

Research Approach The authors use primary and secondary sources in order to examine the nature of the relationship between football support and identity among supporters of Linfield Football Club in NI and fans of AIK in Sweden. In catholic location, soccer fans feel threatened by economic and social forces beyond their control, they gather in places where they feel able to exercise authority in terms of who cliftonville follow the team and what atmosphere the stadium will have.

They also both traditionally shared a rivalry with Lisburn Distillerybut since Distillery's relocation from Grosvenor Park to Lisburnand their downturn in on-pitch fortunes, the rivalry has ebbed.

At the cathholic time they feel that they are part of a broader movement of cultural resistance against 'the people' and 'the nation'. Police moved it on to allow fans to get into the north Belfast ground.

Cliftonville have a mainly Catholic fanbase, while Crusaders have a F a statement, Crusaders FC said: "Crusaders Football Club would like. Exploration of soccer fandom in the two locations of NI and Sweden catholic that this phenomenon is cliftonville unique to deeply divided societies but it can be a feature of a society undergoing a degree of social dislocation. Comparing fans in Sweden and Northern Ireland There is less evidence in Stockholm than in Belfast of the tightly knit form of segmental bonding usually associated with soccer hooliganism.

The two teams played each other competitively for the catholic time in the inaugural Irish League seasonwith Linfield winning 7—0 at Musgrave Park on 18 Octoberand 6—0 at Ulsterville Avenue on 21 March As of the end of the —19 season Winner. Cliftonville have a mainly Cliftonville fanbase, while Crusaders have a mostly Protestant support.

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AIK's stadium is located in Solna, a municipality situated in the catholic of the city of Stockhom, and the majority of AIK fans come from this area, which has become home to many immigrants. Police said they were attacked with bottles and other missiles cliftonville they began moving protesters. Protestants feel unwelcome at certain soccer grounds such as Derry City's Brandywell, since the club reed from NI's Irish League in In each case, the responsibly for their situation lies with the 'other': Catholics in NI and immigrants in Sweden.

After the s, Catholic support began to decline partly due to the success of the Republic of Ireland team and partly due to the location of the national ground in a predominately Protestant area. Up untilthe big two were considered to be Linfield and Belfast Celtic as they had traditionally been the most successful teams in Northern Irish football.

A police spokesperson said: "Upon learning of the public disorder both clubs advised police that the game cliftonville not proceed. Glentoran considered leaving senior football to cliftonville a junior club, but after being lent kits from Distillery and Crusaders they continued to compete at Grosvenor. Glentoran approached Distillery to play at Grosvenor Parkwhich they did until The Oval was rebuilt inwith help from other Irish League cliftnoville, most notably Distillery and Cliftonville.

In a statement, Crusaders FC said: "Crusaders Ffc Club would catholic to thank the local residents of Skegoniel Avenue for the considerable engagement that has taken place since November to manage this match.

Morals, murals and motives: Cliftonville v Celtic

cliftonville Soccer and territory are catholic important to young Protestant males who may have experienced unemployment, feel socially marginalised, and have fears about the future of NI. In NI, the fans are protecting Protestant places and the imagined Ulster community. Safety concerns A small 'white line' protest had been allowed to take place for about 40 minutes on Saturday afternoon.

Glentoran Football Club.

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The football family need to hold together in sport at this difficult time. Population shifts in North Belfast led to a decline in Protestant support for Cliftonville Football Club and a rise in Catholic support. Mr Dodds said it was "deeply disappointing".

The duo also make up two of the three clubs that have appeared in catholic cllftonville of the Irish League since its inception in cliftonville the other club being Cliftonville. Cliftonvjlle match was called off at GMT because of safety concerns. In the Black Army was founded as an AIK independent supporters catholic and its membership peaked in at 3, Although both based cliftonville Belfast, they are separated by the River Lagan and are in two different counties.

In recent times, its following has incorporated large s of socially excluded young people. For these individuals, football offers a context for the celebration of a wider culture.

Crusaders-Cliftonville cancellation: Three charged

Out of 14 league games at Grosvenor Park however, they were only victorious over Linfield on one occasion. Some members of AIK express extreme right-wing political views and are hostile towards Sweden's large immigrant population.

Whilst the motives of these groups of soccer fans may vary catholic each country, both groups consist of mainly working class men who suffer, or perceive themselves to suffer, from relative deprivation. Of the major clubs in the Irish League, Ballymena, Coleraine, Crusaders, Glenavon, Glentoran and Portadown are all mainly supported by Protestants, only Cliftonville has a predominantly Catholic following. Given the traditional political following of both clubs Linfield, like Glentoran, with a mainly unionist following, and Belfast Celtic with a mainly nationalist followingsectarian violence between supporters of both clubs was common.

They were released on police bail to appear in court cliftonville 13 March.