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We have fanati stands behind the goals where they support the team how they want. For Pavel, supporting Spartak does not depend on success. It is said in the stands for us there is only one religion and that is football, so when we come to the terraces we forget about it. Fratria later made an official statement that Katanaev was not a part of their support. There are photographs of groups of young men clad in expensive trainers and balaclavas reading literature, snaps of club emblems and designs, portraits of bloodied rival fans with gloating captions, and Russians posing for celebratory pictures with a collection of captured English flags. Western perceptions of them have been tainted by grainy videos of groups of young men in secluded woodland baiting each other, marching forward to meet, and then battling so severely that the winners and losers suffer in equal disturbing measure.

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Fratrai friend had briefed me on Fratria, their history and the quirks of their support. If they had won they would have faced Red Star in the final.

The most important of all banners bears the Fratria mantra: The imagery and intricacy behind the goal stayed with me long after the final whistle. They placed it in front of the fans and then made their way down the tunnel. At club level it is also prohibited, but is rarely an issue. Pavel was to provide further insight into its foundation and current situation. They are supporting their side through a labouring draw against lowly FC Mordovia Saransk.

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But somewhere in the violence the ethos of Russian fan culture has been lost. We also wanted a stylish name to emulate the West.

A flare was set off at the recent Russia versus Slovakia game after strict warnings that Russia may be disqualified if rowdiness among fans continues.

Ruthless clashes between English and Russian fans have done nothing to quell apprehensions. English stadia are ideal for choreographed support: When Serbia played in the World Cup in South Africa [in ], Russians supported the Serbian team in the tournament and travelled specifically for their matches.

Rather, we have fans who take it by the scruff of the neck and actively take part in vocal support. I can tell you that it does worry a few people. It is a stark contrast to the s under idiosyncratic manager Oleg Romantsevwho steered the Spartak to nine Russian titles, four Russian cups and three European semi-finals.

It is an outlet for football fans old and young.

The truth behind being a Russian ultra, with Spartak Moscow’s Fratria

For Pavel, supporting Spartak does not depend on success. Western perceptions of them have been tainted by grainy videos of groups of young men in secluded woodland baiting each other, marching forward to meet, and then battling so severely that the winners and losers suffer in equal disturbing measure.

The story of Fratria, the largest supporters group of any Russian club, is a lot less sinister. My eyes wander over the banners in the calendar, which serves as our centrepiece. To them, the most important thing is beautiful football.

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Around 2, Spartak fans had made the journey north to create a menacing sea of red in the away end. We decided to celebrate the milestone with 10 or 11 bright, colourful performances dedicated to each year — the sixth, the seventh, the eighth and so on. But aside from politics, I wondered what kind of messages had been planned for performances at Euro in France. There are replica shirts, postcards, keyrings, badges, pencils and rubbers, car window stickers and even dog collars. At Spartak, honour is sacrosanct and must be displayed by all involved with the club.

Pasha considers this excuse less than viable.

The truth behind being a Russian ultra, with Spartak Moscow’s Fratria

Every club has different kinds of performances, but from the same model of designs and banners. Spartak pulses through the veins of every member of Fratria, who embody that seldom celebrated spirit of Russian tribalism.

Whilst doing so I thought how felicitous frtaria was that Fratria, who exist to watch Spartak, are sometimes as intently observed themselves. We decided to make our own organisation of fans that could solely work on the direct support of the team, to express opinions, to defend the rights of true fans. With Dinamo having been relegated last season, Moscow now has three teams in the Russian Premier League: Now of course the level of performances has been very much raised, as you can see all our performances signal something.