‘Unconditional love to the team’

26 Sep
Levski Sofia's emblem

Levski Sofia's emblem

There are many different kind of supporters: the ones who visit the match in the stadium and just sit down and watch the match. On the other hand there are ultras, the fanatic supporters who express their love for the team in the stadium by for example singing. They’re always there to stand for their club.

Georgi Stefanov (28), living in Blagoevgrad, is a supporter of the last categorie. He is a Levski Sofia ultra. “Being an ultra means to me: unconditionally love the team. No matter what. If they go to the third division, I will still be a Levski fan. I will never let them go.”

An audio-interview with him:

 

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