Hooligans United is a clothing brand inspired by (cult) film, football (soccer), and fighting (MMA).
History has documented that hooliganism has numerous links to violence and racism. Hooligans United does NOT condone or promote violence (outside of the ring, rink or octagon that is) and is totally against any racist behaviour. The "Hooligan" part of our name stands for toughness and tenacity, not nonsensical violence. Quite frankly, we mainly chose it because it sounded cool! If someone wears a "Scarface" t-shirt it doesn't mean they condone drugs and violence; they just think it's cool. Simply put, it's just fashion. We're not saving the manatees here people. The "United" part of our name is meant to embody the way we wish to bring supporters of all kinds, from all clubs, all countries, all cities, all races and all genders together as one.
We DO wish to promote some of the main characteristics of the hardcore supporter, or hooligan if you will, that we all tend to share or should - power, passion and pride. We here at Hooligans United support the idea that everyone should have passion for something they enjoy, whether that be football or anything else. Our clothing is more for the shirters and scarfers who like the idea of toughness and passion but aren't over the top nutters! Hardcore supporters or "hooligans" in most cases are just regular folk who have a deep love for their clubs, passions and even more so for their towns and mates; It's that spirit we wish to emulate in our clothing.
PS. This is mainly for the suits: our site does NOT sell any football/soccer club merchandise. If you are looking for official FC gear this is not the place for you. We are supporters of the supporters and sell shirts representing the fans and firms, not the clubs they follow. Any designs you find on this site are in no way associated with any related companies, football/soccer clubs, trademarks or copyright material. These designs (in reference mainly to firm tees) are strictly an artistic representation of a social group (ie. football firms and avid supporters) and any logo/trademark similarities are not intended to be "passed off" as any official trademarked product/team.