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#1 Edited by leebmx (2342 posts) -

In honour of the world cup - let's see what diversity of teams are supported by the Giant Bomb Crew. I'll start.

Leyton Orient and England

If I have to pick a prem team i'll go for Spurs.

How about YOU?

#2 Edited by benpicko (2016 posts) -

Leicester City and England

Was thinking about picking a premiership team... but then remembered that we are one now

#3 Edited by DarthOrange (4127 posts) -

Mexico and Atlas.

#4 Edited by leebmx (2342 posts) -

@benpicko: Cool I used to have a girlfriend who was a big Leicester fan so I have a soft spot for them (not so much for her :) I've been to matches at Filbert Street and the Cheese and Onion Stadium (never seen them win tho!) Good luck next season.

#5 Edited by Keirgo (59 posts) -

My original homeland, Real Madrid and Spain.

Wooh, world champions! ;D

#6 Posted by Monkeyman04 (1538 posts) -

Portland Timbers.

#7 Posted by StevetheRadroach (74 posts) -

Sporting Kansas City for MLS, Bayern Munich for Bundesliga, Arsenal for BPL, Germany and USA for nationals.

#8 Posted by Aegon (6751 posts) -


#9 Posted by BillyMaysRIP (376 posts) -

Fulham (COYW!), and guess England, but I've been living in the States for the last 12 years and spent 6 years in Japan, so I'm pretty partial to the Japan and the US teams.

New England Revolution for the MLS, and Kashiwa Reysol for the J league! I actually think Japan has a high chance of progressing far in the WC than the US, but I'm rooting for both.

#10 Edited by Aronleon (945 posts) -

Peñarol And Uruguay

Time to get a third world cup.

#11 Posted by hans_maulwurf (134 posts) -

Borussia Dortmund. And any team that plays against Bayern also always has my support.

#12 Posted by Phili151 (303 posts) -

Liverpool and England

#13 Posted by Sterling (3375 posts) -

Seattle Sounders

#14 Posted by MAJID (236 posts) -

Chelsea and England

#15 Edited by Meltac (2001 posts) -

I've been a fan of Bayern Munich since I was a kid, because one half of my family are from Munich. When it comes to national teams I am supporting both Denmark and Germany, so I will solely be rooting for Germany at this years World Cup.

#16 Posted by MrJorOwe (283 posts) -

Liverpool and Liverpool

#17 Posted by Captain_Insano (1740 posts) -

Western Sydney Wanderers


Reading (in the UK)

#18 Posted by forkboy (1384 posts) -

Ross County and Scotland, but with a soft spot for Parma in Serie A as well.

#19 Posted by shinboy630 (1331 posts) -

@sterling said:

Seattle Sounders

We are now mortal enemies.

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#20 Posted by VaddixBell (275 posts) -

Arsenal & Republic of Ireland... I'm a masochist.

#21 Posted by Rodin (194 posts) -

Southhampton and Australia, but Germany is a close second.

#22 Posted by BatmanBatman (522 posts) -


#23 Posted by gaminghooligan (1711 posts) -

Chelsea and Columbus Crew

#24 Posted by lufctom (14 posts) -

leeds united.

#25 Edited by Jeust (11573 posts) -

Portugal's F.C. Porto. Two times european champions and world champions! Yeah baby!

#26 Posted by DocHaus (1723 posts) -

DC United, just destroyed le Impact du Montreal 4-2 tonight, a real turnaround from the record-breakingly abysmal 2013.

#27 Posted by Rasmoss (523 posts) -


#28 Posted by Revan_NL (362 posts) -

Feyenoord Rotterdam (Dutch premier league), FC Barcelona (Liga BBVA) and Brazil

#29 Posted by Teeknuts (200 posts) -

USMNT, Liverpool, and Minnesota United FC.

#30 Posted by Morningstar (2327 posts) -


#31 Posted by craigieh28 (82 posts) -

Manchester United (I'm actually from Manchester, M- post code and everything!) and England.

#32 Posted by Toastburner_B (224 posts) -

Real Salt Lake!

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Truth be told, I am pleasantly surprised to see some Major League Soccer love around here.

#33 Posted by devine1210 (45 posts) -

Liverpool FC.

#34 Posted by Sterling (3375 posts) -

@shinboy630: If you play FIFA on PS4 we will have add each other. I play a lot of FIFA during the season. And I play a lot of games online against Timbers fans. It seems our two teams are always competing for the top ranked team in that game. With the fan loyalty ladder. I love it.

#35 Edited by lun49gameon (202 posts) -

Club America from liga MX and Monarcas and also atletico de madrid.

#36 Edited by DarthOrange (4127 posts) -

Club America from liga MX and Monarcas and also atletico de madrid.

Ah a fellow anti-Chivas duder. Fuck those smelly goats am I right?

#37 Posted by SteamRickroller (318 posts) -

American Samoa. Gotta love an underdog.

#38 Posted by Levius (1324 posts) -

The pride of the Black Country, West Bromwich Albion; and England.

#39 Posted by HarrytMJ66 (9 posts) -

Boston United and England

#40 Posted by Moth_Pope (475 posts) -

Coventry City (yeah, yeah...) and England.

#41 Posted by Creamypies (4166 posts) -

Southend United and England.

#42 Posted by Creamypies (4166 posts) -

Southend United and England. So me and @leebmxare not friends.

#43 Posted by Gatehouse (851 posts) -

Manchester United and England. I have a very soft spot for Werder Bremen of Germany though. Hell, I just like teams that play nice football.

#44 Edited by MonetaryDread (2404 posts) -

Yeah., I'm that guy.

#45 Posted by leebmx (2342 posts) -

Southend United and England. So me and @leebmxare not friends.

I've never really been able to drag up much ire for Southend to be honest. Its always been one of those teams you know you are supposed to hate but can't really get into it. I have much more disgust for West Ham, especially as they seem to be trying to kill our club outright by moving just down the road into their free stadium. Was really hoping they'd go down and we would go up this season, but as usual in football disappointment is all you can rely on...

#46 Posted by 666TheGame666 (12 posts) -

Liverpool and England

#47 Posted by MX (279 posts) -

Ajax and The Netherlands

#48 Posted by MjHealy (1966 posts) -

Arsenal and the Republic of Ireland.

Danny O'Dwyer stole my thunder.

#49 Posted by Splodge (2286 posts) -

Kind of a liverpool fan, not huge into football but I always want the pool to win.

And oddly, I kept track of how the Seattle Sounders were doing for a year or so as my mate and I got them all they way to the champions league in FIFA a few years back. We decided that seattle would become the starting point for the worlds one true religion, which is a mix of several different ones. Our player character / manager was a large black gentleman with a blonde perm and the sliders all the way up. His name was Muslim Jesus Jewsbury, and we re-named the stadium to Mecca-Bethlehem.

Football - bringing people together.

#50 Posted by HarlechQuinn (455 posts) -

"Hurra, Hurra, die Frankfurter sind da!" (Eintracht Frankfurt)

Don't give a f... about national teams and their cups...