Nazi group in Budapest: Scandal: Hungarian fans show Hitler salute at the European Championship game


Budapest –

The EM game between Hungary and Portugal (0: 3) in the capital Budapest on June 15, 2021 caused discussions, especially off the pitch. Not only because the Ferenc Puskas Stadium was sold out despite Corona, there were also hundreds of Hungarian neo-Nazis among the 50,000 spectators. Some of them also showed the Hitler salute during the 90 minutes.

  • EM 2021: Hungary against Portugal
  • Hungary fans cause a scandal in the stands
  • Neo-Nazi ultras show Hitler salute

It was a black block that the cameras faded in over and over again. This clearly shows that most of the “fans” wore a T-shirt with the words “Magyarország” (Hungary) or “Carpathian Brigade” on it.

Hungarian fans of the “Carpathian Brigade” already had a negative impact at the 2016 European Championships

Behind it is Hungary’s largest hardcore ultra group, which already attracted attention at the 2016 European Championship with fights, pyro actions and racist gestures. Today, as then, some supporters frankly showed the Hitler salute. Disgusting!

Actually, they are members of hostile ultra groups, but they have teamed up for Hungary. They are even now the official fan group for the national team.

In the afternoon, the black mob took part in the fan march towards the stadium. At Heldenplatz in the city center there was a dense crowd, some fans set off smoke bombs in the national colors and occasionally also firecrackers. Almost none of the approximately 25,000 fans wore masks.

In the stadium itself, however, the clear 3-0 defeat against Portugal remained largely quiet. Only after the revoked goal of the Hungarians were individual firecrackers set off.

The football fan community on the net and in front of the screens all over Europe was horrified that such “fans” could show Nazi greetings unhindered. The football festival EM – in Hungary it turned into a farce on Tuesday evening.

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