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The 10 most notorious ultras groups in world football

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Los del Sur: Atlético Nacional (Colombia)

Los del Sur are the "barra brava" connected to Atlético Nacional in Medellí­n, Colombia and were formed in 1997.

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Los del Sur: Atlético Nacional (Colombia)

Los del Sur are the "barra brava" connected to Atlético Nacional in Medellí­n, Colombia and were formed in 1997.

Foto:LUIS ACOSTAAFP

Los del Sur: Atlético Nacional (Colombia)

Los del Sur are the "barra brava" connected to Atlético Nacional in Medellí­n, Colombia and were formed in 1997.

Foto:LUIS ACOSTAAFP

Los del Sur: Atlético Nacional (Colombia)

Los del Sur are the "barra brava" connected to Atlético Nacional in Medellí­n, Colombia and were formed in 1997.

Foto:RAUL ARBOLEDAAFP

La 12: Boca Juniors (Argentina)

Famed for generating the raucous atmosphere at La Bombonera in the Argentine capital.

Foto:ALEJANDRO PAGNIAFP

La 12: Boca Juniors (Argentina)

Famed for generating the raucous atmosphere at La Bombonera in the Argentine capital.

Foto:ALEJANDRO PAGNIAFP

La 12: Boca Juniors (Argentina)

Famed for generating the raucous atmosphere at La Bombonera in the Argentine capital.

Foto:ALEJANDRO PAGNIAFP

Famed for generating the raucous atmosphere at La Bombonera in the Argentine capital.

La 12

Foto:DANIEL GARCIAAFP

La Garra Blanca: Colo Colo (Chile)

Founded in 1990, Chilean side Colo Colo boast the largest of the country's "barra".

Foto:MAX MONTECINOSREUTERS

La Garra Blanca: Colo Colo (Chile)

Founded in 1990, Chilean side Colo Colo boast the largest of the country's "barra".

Foto:IVAN ALVARADOREUTERS

La Garra Blanca: Colo Colo (Chile)

Founded in 1990, Chilean side Colo Colo boast the largest of the country's "barra".

Foto:IVAN ALVARADOREUTERS

La Garra Blanca: Colo Colo (Chile)

Founded in 1990, Chilean side Colo Colo boast the largest of the country's "barra".

Foto:CLAUDIO POZOAFP

Delije: Red Star Belgrade (Serbia)

Created in 1989 they occupy the North stand at the club's Marakana ground in the Serbian capital.

Delije: Red Star Belgrade (Serbia)

Created in 1989 they occupy the North stand at the club's Marakana ground in the Serbian capital.

Delije: Red Star Belgrade (Serbia)

Created in 1989 they occupy the North stand at the club's Marakana ground in the Serbian capital.

Foto:ANDREJ ISAKOVICAFP

Delije: Red Star Belgrade (Serbia)

Created in 1989 they occupy the North stand at the club's Marakana ground in the Serbian capital.

Foto:MARKO DJURICAREUTERS

Fenerbahce Ultras

The supporters' motto is Hep Destek Tam Destek, abbreviated as HDTD (Continuous Unwavering Support).

Foto:OZAN KOSEAFP

Fenerbahce Ultras: Fenerbahce (Turkey)

The supporters' motto is Hep Destek Tam Destek, abbreviated as HDTD (Continuous Unwavering Support).

Foto:BULENT KILICAFP

Fenerbahce Ultras: Fenerbahce (Turkey)

The supporters' motto is Hep Destek Tam Destek, abbreviated as HDTD (Continuous Unwavering Support).

Foto:BOGDAN CRISTELREUTERS

Fenerbahce Ultras: Fenerbahce (Turkey)

The supporters' motto is Hep Destek Tam Destek, abbreviated as HDTD (Continuous Unwavering Support).

Foto:JOHN THYSAFP

Irriducibili: Lazio (Italy)

Lazio's Irriducibili were formed in 1987 are are renowned for their staunch right-wing political views.

Foto:ALBERTO PIZZOLIAFP

Irriducibili: Lazio (Italy)

Lazio's Irriducibili were formed in 1987 are are renowned for their staunch right-wing political views.

Foto:Giampiero SpositoREUTERS

Irriducibili: Lazio (Italy)

Lazio's Irriducibili were formed in 1987 are are renowned for their staunch right-wing political views.

Foto:GABRIEL BOUYSAFP

Irriducibili: Lazio (Italy)

Lazio's Irriducibili were formed in 1987 are are renowned for their staunch right-wing political views.

Foto:ALESSANDRO BIANCHIREUTERS

Teddy Boys 95: Legia Warsaw (Poland)

Teddy Boys 95 are the ultra group of the side from the Polish capital Legia Warsaw.

Foto:GIAMPIERO SPOSITOREUTERS

Teddy Boys 95: Legia Warsaw (Poland)

Teddy Boys 95 are the ultra group of the side from the Polish capital Legia Warsaw.

Foto:GIAMPIERO SPOSITOREUTERS

Ultras Ahlawy: Al Ahly (Egypt)

Ultras Ahlawy (UA-07) is the group that supports the Cairo-based Egyptian Premier League football club Al Ahly SC and was created in 2007.

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Ultras Ahlawy: Al Ahly (Egypt)

Ultras Ahlawy (UA-07) is the group that supports the Cairo-based Egyptian Premier League football club Al Ahly SC and was created in 2007.

Ultras Ahlawy: Al Ahly (Egypt)

Ultras Ahlawy (UA-07) is the group that supports the Cairo-based Egyptian Premier League football club Al Ahly SC and was created in 2007.

Grobari: Partizan Belgrade (Serbia)

The "black & white" side of the Serbian capital.

The "black & white" side of the Serbian capital.

The "black & white" side of the Serbian capital.

Landscrona Ultras: Zenit (Russia)

Landscrona are another group famed for having far-right wing political views.

Foto:ALEXANDER DEMIANCHUKREUTERS

Landscrona: Zenit (Russia)

Landscrona

Foto:ALEXANDER DEMIANCHUKREUTERS

Landscrona Ultras: Zenit (Russia)

Landscrona

Foto:ALEXANDER DEMIANCHUKREUTERS