Active soccer fans have long been one of the few critical voices in their sport, confronting fan-unfriendly kickoff times in connection with television money at an early stage, exposing the arbitrariness and high-handedness of the associations or the security architecture, and demonstrating for their rights or against the omnipresent spectacle in favor of never-ending money flows. The match played behind closed doors during the covid-pandemic made it particularly clear how big a part they play in modern soccer culture. This criticism has also applied for years to mega-events such as the World Cup, which will be held this winter in Qatar, a country that discriminates against and tortures women and homosexuals, disregards labor and human rights, and is responsible for several thousand deaths in the construction of its stadiums.
Stefan Schirmer (Boycott Qatar Worldcup 2022 Netzwerk)
Burkhard Fritsche (Karikaturist u.a. kicker)
Florian Beisheim (Aufsichtsrat KSV Hessen Kassel)
Ferdinand Fricke und Tobias Cökoll (Block 30)
Dennis Pfeiffer (IB Fanprojekt Fullestadt)
Obere Königsstraße 43, 34117 Kassel
Location: ruruHaus basement