English football fans aren’t just known for their bad behavior abroad, they’re also very inventive when it comes to terrace chants.
Here’s a compilation of some of the funniest and best chants from the terraces, ways for the fans to keep themselves amused that’s often just as entertaining as what’s going on down on the pitch.
After unsuccessfully managing Tottenham Hotspur for 6 hours, coach Lasso (Jason Sudeikis) is back in the states as a commentator.
And he’s just as clueless about the beautiful game as he was when he attempted to be a manager—fortunately, for us, he’s just as hilarious too.
It’s BBC coverage of Stephen Hendry versus Shaun Murphy in the 2009 World Snooker Championship Quarter-final.
But the added bonus is it features commentary from football pundit Clive Tyldesley and friends. Megalulz ensues.
It’s a common practice but when talking about a football team you support that you’ve never met or probably seen play live, people love to saw “we”.
“We beat you” “We played brilliantly”—Mitchell and Webb tackle such behaviour in this awesome sketch as two guys argue over football.
So you’ve been watching the World Cup for a few weeks, no doubt you now think you’re an expert on football.
Well, just to see how much knowledge you have, take a watch of this video on World Cup facts and see how many you know.
This video features the awesome talents of freestyle champ Sean Garnier, who runs rings around unsuspecting players with his gravity-defying moves.
Dressed as an innocuous old man, Garnier takes to the pitch and proceeds to own it, garnering cheers from the crowds with his exceptional moves.
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No one makes football adverts like Nike who use a winning combo of big name football players playing in creative environments, like a cage.
In this latest video, for new boot the Mercurial Superfly, an amateur game of Winner Stays On park football morphs into star-studded epicness—even the Hulk makes an appearance.
It’s half time, and Coventry are 2-0 down but that doesn’t damper their spirits as they sing an epic rendition of Twist and Shout at a bar in Emirates Stadium.
They ended up losing 4-0, but it just goes to show it’s not about whether you win or lose, but about how much booze you drink.