You'll Never Walk Alone is most immediately associated with Liverpool Football Club.
It is also associated with Ipswich Town, Leeds United, Sunderland, Celtic, Feyenoord and FC Twente.
The song "You'll Never Walk Alone", made popular in 1963 by Liverpudlian band Gerry and the Pacemakers, was popularized by Liverpool F.C. soon after its release.
However, it is not only sung by Liverpool - versions have been heard sung by teams as diverse as Celtic (Scotland), Feijenoord, FC Twente and Cambuur Leeuwarden (Netherlands), Borussia Dortmund (Germany), and FC Tokyo (Japan).
It was first sung by Liverpool fans in the early 60s and is now sung at other clubs, such as Celtic.
All depends on the club they support.
6 million in Mexico. A country of 133 million.
Teams qualifiable for the UEFA (Europe) competitions total about 140 thousand players. There is no way of making an accurate count of how many people play soccer. There are billions of soccer fans.
Hundreds of millions of soccer fans. But they do not have a well-known team.
Soccer is very popular in Italy and there are many fans of the game
It allows the teams the chance to rest and create a new strategy. It also allows the fans a chance to buy food and drinks, and use the bathroom!
Ulrich Pramann has written: 'Fussball Fans' -- subject(s): Soccer, Soccer fans, Social aspects of Soccer
You shouldn't punish sports teams for their fans behavior because the fans are responsible for it, not the teams themselves. The teams can't help how a person feels about them, they just have to play to keep the fans. If the teams are punished for a fans behavior, then there would be even more trouble than there already was.
Because many soccer teams in other countries are very popular, so their fans want to support them. It's the same reason that we like for our football team to win.