So, you think you understand what a ‘hostile atmosphere’ looks like? Believe me, you don’t know the meaning of the word unless you’ve seen this! There once was a time where the names ‘Luis Figo’ and ‘Camp Nou’ went hand in hand – and for… Read More »Luís Figo & His Vicious ‘Pig Head’ Return to Camp Nou in 2000
We aren’t talking about the app btw (though it is a pretty great concept!) – but more so the physical stadia that house all of our favourite teams!
So, there I was, just watching a Copa90 Documentary on my way from London to Birmingham, and then … I saw it. Compared to the atmospheres in most of Central Europe, those like La Bombonera in Argentina are second to none in terms of its… Read More »The Infamous ‘Avalanche’ at Boca’s La Bombonera Stadium
There once was a time where ‘CR7’ was nothing more than a trickster looking for a bigger break in the game he wanted to make a name in. Of course now, even the idea of somebody like Cristiano Ronaldo having to prove himself to a… Read More »Inside Cristiano Ronaldo’s Move From Sporting Lisbon in ’03
Many reading the above title will think “Bohemians 1905…who?!” And rightly so, tbh. I myself had never heard of this team until I took a trip to Prague a few years ago. Whilst there, I stumbled upon their glorious little home, known as the Ďolíček Stadium. With a capacity of just 6,300… Read More »The Ďolíček Stadium – The Fierce Home of Bohemians 1905!
It’s always nice to see a prodigal son ‘return home’ … and even more so when they do well! And thus, we arrive at the story of Dirk Kuyt and his renaissance at Feyenoord! Dirk Kuyt is an icon, on Merseyside. He drove Liverpool’s forward line… Read More »Dirk Kuyt’s Fabulous Final Flurry at Feyenoord (2015-2017)
In the shadow of the famous stadium’s ark located about two miles away, lies the humble abode of amateur side Wembley FC. Unlike the majority of our articles here at Ultra UTD, this is an opportunity to find out more about the author than you… Read More »Welcome to Vale Farm: The Home of Wembley FC
Sounds odd to mention a football team in the same breath as a ‘shared home’, but as Hashtag United know, you gotta do what you gotta do at non-league level in the UK. In case you’re unsure of who Hashtag United are, then I must… Read More »Hashtag United’s Shared Home … For Now! (2020-)
Pele’s 1000th goal. Maradona’s first Copa America. Messi’s only World Cup final. The Maracanã Stadium has been the host of history since its creation. We all want to be back. Sitting in your favourite stand, eating your favourite pie. The cathartic release of pointlessly screaming at… Read More »The Traumatic Beginnings of the Maracanã (1950)
I went to Barnet FC with very little pre-conceptions in mind. Yet even then, I was rather surprised when I arrived at the Hive. In case you were wondering, no, I am not a fan of Barnet FC. I have nothing against ‘The Bees’ or… Read More »‘The Hive’ – Barnet FC’s New Modern Home
If you’ve ever watched Sky Sports’ Salford City documentary, then you’ve probably thought about making your way to down to see it in person. Well, I’m a classic case in point. Ever since the documentary (‘Class of 92: Out of Their League‘) debuted on the… Read More »My Visit to Salford City’s Peninsula Stadium