A fan of the beautiful game is almost never impartial and, sometimes, itai??i??s about more than just loving your club. Sometimes hating the clubai??i??s biggest rival is just as important to some fans. Certain rivalries of course have become famous over the years for how extreme their fans are. TheHardTackle brings to you the top 5 football derbies in the world. The article is restricted to derbies, which are rivalries between clubs based in the same city. It is interesting to see that these derbies exist for various different reasons, from political affiliations of both clubs to religious beliefs.

The Old Firm Derby (Celtic FC vs Rangers FC)

Popularly referred to as ai???The Old Firm derbyai??i??, Scotlandai??i??s most successful clubs are infamous for the rivalry that exists between them. These two clubs have become notorious among football fans in general for taking what is basically a sport to represent the ever festering wound that exists between Catholics and Protestants.

Although the fansai??i?? actions over the years are condemned by one and all, it is necessary to try and fathom the sheer hatred that exists between the clubs and their fans. Football, like all sports, can divide even the best of friends and loyalty to a club is everything. Add to that a sometimes unhealthy obsession, a touch of religion and, suddenly, it isnai??i??t that difficult to imagine denizens of Glasgow going to war over their beliefs.

Historically, the United Kingdom has had a fair share of problems as far as religion is concerned. The Old Firm derby has come to represent a reflection of all the differences between the Catholics and the Protestants. Celtic FC has Irish roots and their fans are predominantly Catholic whereas Rangers are Scottish and Protestant.

The derby is known for all the skirmishes before, during and after matches and the ugly head of violence in sports shows itself way too often for comfort. The hatred between the clubs is exaggerated even more because both belong to the same city and, unlike Spainai??i??s El Clasico, there isnai??i??t an improvement in relations between derby matches because both sets of fans are constantly reminded of the other’s presence.

Unlike most other derbies, the fans of both clubs are constantly butting heads because of what religion they follow. The Scottish League is constantly referred to as a 2-horse race because of the large difference in quality between the big two and the rest and, although the rest of the league might not be as competitive, the Old Firm derby more than makes up for it.

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DCLmvx4kWHM&version=3&hl=en_US&rel=0]

Derby Della Capitale (AS Roma ai??i?? Lazio Roma)

The Rome Derby is arguably the fiercest derby in Italy. Yes, you read it right, more intense than the Milan derby as well (which we will get to later). It is no coincidence that there are two Italian derbies on this list. The Italians are passionate people, period. Since the world is mostly focused on Spainai??i??s El Clasico this season (and all of last season, to a point where some fans have started to get bored), it must be said that, although El Clasico is a rivalry between the top 2 clubs in the world at the moment, itai??i??s mostly about the history of both clubs and political differences, but the crowds themselves (especially the Barcelona fans) are nothing compared to Italian fans across the country.

They are loud, they are passionate, they worship their clubs and make sure their rivals know about it. The downside to such an intense rivalry (like most others) is that with the excitement and the great football come the violence and racism. An unfortunate incident occurred in 1979 when a Lazio fan was hit in the eye by a flare fired by a Roma fan and died from his wounds. That was the first fatality in the history of Italian football due to crowd violence. The most recent occurrence of football hooliganism was in 2004 when the Roma ultras spread rumours claiming the police had killed a child causing the game to be suspended.

Lazio’s fan legion is known to have quite a few right-wingers (in the political sense) and messages showing allegiance to the Swastika (The Nazi symbol) with a banner like ai???Auschwitz is your town, the ovens are your housesai??? once displayed during a derby match. However, there are some similarities between the Rome derby and El Clasico, which is that Spain had General Franco and it was widely accepted that he favoured Real Madrid to the detriment of Barcelona and Athletic Bilbao. In Rome, Dictator Mussolini wanted a strong club in Rome to fight the dominance of Northern Clubs (at that time) with Lazio being the hold out against the merger of 3 clubs (which eventually came to be known as Roma).

Due to this, a rivalry developed Ai??and has continued to increase to this day. At the moment, the Northern clubs are considered the dominant forces in Italy; however, the Rome derby is all about ai???who is top dog in the Capitalai??i??. Unlike the Old Firm derby, the Rome derby isnai??i??t about what religion you follow or where your descendents are from but ai???who is the real Romanai??i??. For sheer intensity between rival fans alone, the Rome derby is one of the top 5 derbies in the world.

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ftUe1jfqkpE&version=3&hl=en_US&rel=0]

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Superclasico (Boca Juniors ai??i?? River Plate)

Although it is extremely difficult to decide which of the derbies on this list belong is the greatest (they are not written in any order), a quote by the English newspaper The Observer to describe the Superclasico (inarguably the biggest football match of the Argentinian season) says it all: ai???Derby day in Buenos Aires makes the Old Firm game look like a primary school kick-aboutai???.

Welcome to Buenos Aires, where the beautiful game is literally a matter of life and death sometimes. Two clubs dominate the capital city, Boca Juniors (the more successful of the two) and River Plate. Curiously enough, if the Rome derby was about the city and political stance, the Old Firm about religion, then the Superclasico is about social standing; Boca juniors are considered the club of the working class of Buenos Aires. whereas River Plate (who moved to a more affluent district in 1925) are automatically considered ai???the richai??i??.

The fans of Boca are referred to as Genoese (due to the fact that a large part of them used to be of Italian descent) and fans of River Plate are called ai???The Millionairesai??i?? for obvious reasons. The lowest point of this rivalry occurred in 1968 and is known as the Puerta tragedy when 71 fans were killed in a stampede (150 injured). Although there was an inquiry into the incident, nobody was found guilty. Being the two largest clubs of Argentina (on popularity), it is safe to say that both clubs have developed some of the greats in the sport. Diego Maradona, for instance, played for Boca. The fans themselves make this derby what it is.

Although, like in most other derbies, there are cases of violence, the Superclasico is famous for the passion (through singing, fireworks and chants at rival fans) that both sets of fans show. It is said that when the derby is played the stadium bounces because both sets of fans continue to jump throughout the whole match. Unfortunately for the fans and indeed the world, this season (2011-2012) is the first time in the history of the Argentine Primera Division that the Superclasico will not be played because River Plate were relegated to the second division last year.

Rest assured, about 70 percent of football fans in Argentina (the reported number of people that support either Boca or River) will be hoping that River perform well and are promoted so that the Superclasico can be played next season.

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dNkToiCMAiU&version=3&hl=en_US&rel=0]

The Eternal Derby (Partizan ai??i?? Red Star)

The Eternal Derby is also known as the Belgrade Derby and it is all about the fight for supremacy between Serbian clubs Partizan and Red Star Belgrade in the city of Belgrade. Unlike many other rivalries between teams, the Belgrade derby is just a part of the main rivalry, which is more than just the sport of football. The same intensity can be found when the two clubs play other sports like handball, basketball and volleyball.

One of the standout reasons for this rivalry to make a list is that the two sets of fans take a lot of trouble to prepare for the next derby. Huge flags and messages are made which are usually used to mock the opponent with one linerai??i??s that are appropriate for the situation at that time. Unfortunately, this derby also has its darker elements. Due to a drastic drop in the quality of football and an even more drastic increase in the form of violence and frequent clashes between both sets of fans, the average attendance has dropped.

Partizan fans, who are the minority with 37% of the population, are known as Grobari (gravediggers or undertakers in English) with the accepted theory that their mostly black uniforms earned them the nickname. The Grobari are traditionally known to be seated in the South End of the stadium with Red Star fans in the North. Red Star fans make up for about 50% of the population and are commonly referred to as Delije. The word is said to be derived from the Ottoman Empireai??i??s occupation of then Serbia and vaguely means ai???Brave Young Menai??i??. The largest recorded victory between the two sides was 7-1 in favour of Partizan in 1953.

What is interesting is that both clubs were founded in the same year and their rivalry started in the same year, although the first match was played in 1947. Unlike some other rivalries, it wasnai??i??t one particular incident as such which sparked the rivalry between the two clubs, but just the existence of the other was enough.

Although the Derby does make the list mostly because of the intensity of the rivalry and the large number of incidents of violence before, during and after matches, one hopes that the darker elements are set aside and the derby goes back to being famous for the interesting banter and messages from both sets of fans.

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KEfmy9ARaLE&version=3&hl=en_US&rel=0]

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Derby Della Madonnina (FC Internazionale Milano ai??i?? A.C Milan)

This is one of the oldest derbies around. The city of Milan is the most successful footballing city in the world. With two massive clubs like Inter and Milan, the number of trophies won is staggering, with 36 league titles and 10 European cups between the two teams.

Internazionale is the more successful club as far as the derby is concerned with 74 wins. However AC Milan can be considered the most successful of the two as far as trophies are concerned with the 80ai??i??s and 90ai??i??s Milan team of Arrigo Sacchi widely regarded as among the greatest club sides the world of football has ever seen.

With Inter dominating the 60ai??i??s and Milan dominating the 80ai??i??s and 90ai??i??s, this derby is a match even neutral fans will take the time out to watch. In recent times, it is easy to see that both clubs keep dominating for a couple of years before a power shift occurs. Inter became the first Italian club to win the treble under Jose Mourinho in 2009-2010, but the team seemed to collapse after his exit, while AC Milan reemerged as strong contenders, winning the league last year.

There is something unique, however, with this particular rivalry as opposed to the others in this list. In the beginning there was just one club named Milan, which in fact split to form FC Internazionale Milano and AC Milan in 1908 due to differences over the signing of foreign players. Unlike other rivalries, both clubs were actually one and the same, making this that much more intense as far as derbies are concerned.

 

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