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EX: Niagara Purple Eagles , You would click on N (for Niagara) and then scroll down to see the Purple eagles fight song and then the schedule for the next three years cover 2013 thru 2015
I will also be adding a quick reference to any scores that you should be able to keep on your mobile live no matter where you are in the world. Keeping you up to date on how your favorite team is doing
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A fight song is primarily an American and Canadian sports term, referring to a song associated with a team. In both professional and amateur sports, fight songs are a popular way for fans to cheer for their team. Although the term “fight song” is primarily used in America, the use of fight songs is commonplace around the world, but they may be referred to as team anthems, himnos de equipos (Spanish language), or team songs in other countries, such as Australia, Mexico and New Zealand. Fight songs differ from stadium anthems, used for similar purposes, in that they are usually written specifically for the purposes of the team, whereas stadium anthems are not.
Thousands of collegiate fight songs exist on the north American continent. The reported oldest fight song for the United States is supposed to be from Boston College and is called “for Boston”
Fights songs emanate predominantly from Canadian and American sports teams. They interconnect via “sports team” and “sports teams fight song” and have a long history in the Americas
Some fight songs are very popular and many many college students and alumni will get riled up just hearing their old college teams fight song. Its amazing how music can move people.
The songs are also played at the game to get the crowd excited and start cheering their team on, which demoralizes the opponent
Although the phrase “fight songs” seems to have originated in the America’s, that does not mean that many other sports and teams through out the world do not use music in the same fashion. They just don’t call them fight songs, most call them “stadium anthems” In Spanish its “himnos de equipos” some countries just use the plane old “team song”
Lets look at some really great examples of how the Europeans will use chants and songs to cheer on or better said “tear up” their opponents
Here is the comparison bullets on Americans and fight songs verses Europeans and the Chants at ball games.
- Europeans do not need “cheerleaders” in mini skirts to help them cheer for their teams
- The Europeans teach their children from an early age to cheer for their team in chanting fashion along with disdain for the foreign team
- Some of the chants are really take the phrase “taking smack” to a new level (from an Americans point of view)
Lets take a look at some of the chants
Here is a Chelsea fan Rant against the Arsenals’ Vieira.
- Here is one chant that can be herd
- Vieira ooooh!
- Vieira ooooh!
- He comes from Senegal!
- His dad’s a cannibal (x)
And this one is about and English team who’s roster if filled with French Players. You gotta have a good laugh at this
- ‘Who let the frogs out, who? who? who? who?’
Brutal…. LOL this song was to to Arsenal Fans after their best player broke his leg in half and very likely would not play anymore
- “Your toe bone’s connected to your foot bone, your foot bone’s connected to your ankle bone, your ankle bone’s NOT connected to your leg bone.”
I guess this one is about the “Liverpool team”
- In the Liverpool slums
- They knock on the door when they want something to eat
- They find a dead rat and they think it’s a treat
- In the Liverpool slums.
- In the Liverpool slums
- Your Mum’s on the beat and your Dad’s in the nick
- You can’t find a job ‘coz you’re too effin (really the f word) thick
- In the Liverpool slums– Manchester United Fans when they’re playing Liverpool FC
Yeah and the Torres song….OMG
- He’s half a boy and half a girl
- Torres! Torres!
- He looks just like a transvestite
- Torres! Torres!
- He wears a frock
- He loves the cock
- He sells his arse on Albert Dock
- Fernando Torres, Carragher’s bit on the side
Here is one about Sol Campbell. The fans were all to happy to write a poesy about him when he left off to play for the competition. Then has to visit S5 mental ward in the hospital. Got to love those Spurs fans
- “Sol, Sol, wherever you may be
- You’re on the verge of lunacy
- And we don’t give a fuck if you’re hanging from a tree
- You Judas cunt with HIV.”
Manchester City fans after Manchester United’s Plane Crashed and killed several players in 1958.
Sometimes the Manchester City Fans get maybe a little excited, or not? However this was a dide they fired a week after the Manchester United team had a plane crash and several of their team members were killed in 1958
- “Who’s that dying on the runway?
- Who’s that dying in the snow?
- It’s Matt Busby and his boys
- making such a effin (substituting for the f word ) noise
- coz they can’t get their aeroplane to go!”
This was put to paper by several other clubs also about the United plane crash.
- “Always look on the runway for ice…” (to the tune of Monty Python’s “always look on the bright side of life”)
After he revealed he had a mild form of schizophrenia (it’s traditional to sing a song about a great player like Wayne Rooney and sing “There’s only one Wayne Rooney”)
Here is a sarcatic one on Andy Gorams, seems it a tradition singing songs around great player. EX: Wayne Rooney and they would sing the lyrics “there’s only one Wayne Rooney” . However this was penned after Andy Gorams let the cat out of the bag about a mild form of schizophrenia that he has…This one is actually too funny
- Two Andy Gorams, there’s only two Andy Gorams”
Lee Hughes is a wanker,
He plays for Albion,
His girlfriend is a prostitute,
Who comes from Birmingham,
She dances on the tables,
Her tits and arse on show,
And if you wanna shag her,
It’s twenty pence a go.
This was a sign that some put up on a field during a game with teams from England and Germany. I guess the English are still having mixed thoughts on “football” and “war” , not very confusing on my part. Any way here is the chant
- “Two World Wars and One World Cup”
Poems about their own players and their own fans check it out
Goal keeper Tim Howard an American was used by Manchester United, they seemed to like the fact the Tim had a case of Turettes syndrom and song him a lullaby about it
- Tim Timminy Tim Timminy
- Tim Tim Teroo
- We’ve got Tim Howard and he says Efff you!
- Timmy Howard
- Eff Off
- He plays in our net
- Eff Off
- Timmy Howard
- Efff Off
- He’s got Tourette’s
- All together now: T I M M Y! Eff (substitute for the f word) Off!!!
I Love Tottenham More and More every time i hear about their fans. The fans pulled this out of their hat at an uefa match one year on valentines day. Of course knowing that the wifes and girlfriends would be sure to be watching the match…
- We’ve all had you’re missus, We’ve all had you’re missus
This song was sung one time by Coventry fans when it seemed like a bride and groom who showed up at the pitch, when they were away at Charlton
“you don’t know what your doing”
- traditionally the chant “you don’t know what your doing” is sung by home fans to their own coach when they are really displeased with how the season is going
So what would you sing to a streaker that runs onto the field? Better yet why in the world do Europeans streak still? Here is what the Chelea Fans decided to conjure up when a streaker found his way to the ball field
- Is that all she gets at home? Is that all she gets at home?
This was reported at an Asian match on time. I thing that they are very funny!
- “We’ve All Had Your Wife… She Was Terrible”
Another chant that people in England toss about. However no one knows why? Kinda kinky song no?
- Celery! Celery!
- If she don’t come
- I’ll tickle her bum
- with a lump of celery– Chelsea fans sing this for no particular reason
- Chelsea (Russian Probably) Fan
- She Loves the Celery
A few sing alongs from Glentoran when the tyrannized their rivals Linfield
- In your Shankill Road slums! WHERE?
- In your Shankill Road slums!
- You hoke in the dustbins for something to eat
- You find a dead rat and you think its a treat!
- In your Shankill Road slums! WHERE
- In your Shankill Road slums
- You piss on the carpet you sh*t in the bath
- You finger your granny you think its a laugh
Here is a little Ode to David Jeffries — He is the Linefied manager. This song was conjered up after his wife left him…. LOL
Davy! Wheres your wife?
Davy Davy wheres your wife? (Sung at David Jeffries, Linfield manager, after his wife left him)
HIS DAD WASHES ELEPHANTS
HIS MUM IS A WHORE
Thats it for now. We will have more in a few weeks to come.