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Choreo: Works of art from German football fan curves

Hendrik Buchheister

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From the publisher:

Choreographies in the fan curve are part of football today. There is hardly a Bundesliga game in which the fans do not think of a choreography for their soccer team. But the choreographies are much more than just colorful folklore: They convey political content, are reminiscent of great personalities from the club's history and impress above all with their creativity and the effort that goes into it. They enrich the sport of football and show the opinion of football fans in a peaceful way.

The most extraordinary choreographies from the fan curves

This illustrated soccer book is made by fans for fans. He celebrates the most extraordinary fan choreos of the last 15 years. Whether BVB Choreo or Schalke Choreo, this book tells the stories of the most creative and controversial fan choreographies. You can not only admire the pictures from the various fan curves, but also learn how they are created. There is more than one point of view on every choreo. This book shows you what fans want to say with their artwork and explains what it is supposed to do.

  • Impressive pictures of the most spectacular choreos
  • Development of the German choreo culture: emergence, resistance & marketing
  • Choreos from the German football stadiums in the first three leagues: FC Bayern Munich, Borussia Dortmund, Dynamo Dresden, 1. FC Cologne and many more
  • Extraordinary football book for football fans

Let yourself be impressed - and in the next soccer game, take a close look at the fan curve!

The author:

Hendrik Buchheister, 30 years old, writes as a freelance journalist for Spiegel Online and various newspapers such as the Berliner Zeitung, the Weser-Kurier and the newspapers of the Madsack Group about football in the north - and reports regularly on fan culture. For SPON he reports regularly on the North German first division clubs, world and European championships and the Olympic Games. He lives and works in Hamburg. 

Message from Stanchion:

Please note that this book is entirely in German, with no English translation available.


Delius Klasing
26 x 23 cm
142 pages