ANTIFA FUN WITH GERMAN FOOTBALL FANS

ANTIFA Fun With German Football Fans
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ANTIFA FUN WITH GERMAN FOOTBALL FANS



Written by Jack Blocker
20 Thursday 20th August 2015

During the Ryman Isthmian League Premier Division season, excluding almost all Away days and Tuesday nights, there's nothing I like better than getting battered and watching Dulwich Hamlet play football in south London! I just got a roll of film developed (sorry, I said it) and there were photos from a pre-season game on it which plastic pints of Orangeboom must've erased from my memory.

Dulwich were playing a friendly against Altona FC, a German team from Hamburg with whom they're twinned. Altona are like the bastard child of the better known St. Pauli, a team famous for its anti-fascist ethos, whose patches adorn the battle vests of many a punk across the globe. 

Battle vests were obviously my drunken theme of the day. Fortunately antifa Germans are pretty chill, so people were more then happy to show them off.

Also everyone pay attention. Behold: The beer necklace:

Lol @ Stokey:

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