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  1. italian pat patriot

    italian pat patriot Rookie

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    #12 Jersey

    i have a question...
    i'm pratically 100% sure (and it is very good) that in Usa in the Nfl there are not incidents between fans of opposite teams.

    am i correct like i presume ?

    i find it extremely good.

    i had the fortune to see this year 2 Nfl games and 1 Nhl game and all was beautiful, perfect, the nice clima for families too.

    infortunately in Europe (in the soccer) the athmosfera is different...

    in some games (matches) you really risk a lot...

    there are some games that you know they are under risk

    do you confirm it that is normally quite or sporadically something happened in these years or in the past ? there are some stadiums where there should be some risks ?
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    Let's not overlook Jests fans stabbing each other.
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    They don't seem to get the organised fights that we have in soccer. Which team do you support, btw? However, Oakland is quite a dangerous place to go as an opposition fan and I have heard of at least one fan (San Diego, I think) being beaten to death. I think there was a thread about it earlier this year.
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    i.e: i have heard that Oak is not an 'easy place' - will you be confortable to go there and dress Pats colours ?

    i have heard too that also last year in the Super Bowl with Phi the Iggles fans were quite nasty and in some cases there were some 'problems' between fans
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    #12 Jersey

    i do not like anymore soccer but when i was younger i remember that going
    in Italy (like in Uk, De, Es, Se, etc etc) was quite dangerous in some games

    what happened in Oak-Sd ???

    i did not heard anything

    but i always felt Oak a 'non easy place'...
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    I've never had problems going to away games (and I'm a bit of a wise ass) nor have I seen other team's fans assaulted at Foxboro, but I would not go to Oakland unless I was dressed in gay Star Wars apparrel.
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    No problems in my experience

    I sat amongst all Eagles fans at the last Super Bowl and I am very loud. Expected to get doused with beer or worse, but no one bothered us. Just went to the Jets game in the Meadowlands day after Christmas in full Pats gear and had no problems (but, there was no alcohol served, there were lots of Pats fans at the game, and I had two 7 yr. olds with me). I have seen opposing fans get razzed at Foxboro, but nothing dangerous.
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    Deb, that was the SuperBowl.

    Try doing that in Philly during the season.
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    #12 Jersey

    do you mean that also going to PHI could be 'risk' ?

    OAK seems to be the most dangerous place to go as i presumed
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    I don't think Oakland is as bad as it looks on TV. The extremes all tend to gather in one area, and, as wacko as they look, they are more like a bunch of Comic Book Guys from the Simpsons. I think Philly is the place. They even have their own jail in the bowels of the stadium. :scared:

    Disclaimer, exercise caution at all pro stadiums (stadia?). You never know.
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    Trust me, Pat. Philly. Really, really baaaaaaad.

    Although still not on the level of Euro Soccer, it is the worst in America.
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  12. italian pat patriot

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    ARZ is it the most quiet i think and i will love to go there for one game (if possible against us...it seems we play like at home...)

    one thing that i would like to see in the Nfl stadiums could be the coreography made by the fans (i.e: big flags, scarfes with the colours of the teams, chorus all together and so on, long and big banners).
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    #12 Jersey

    i trust in you Shmessy.

    better avoid Phi and Oak...

    ps = is it true what wrote another fan before about Oak-Sd ?

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