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How do you create a stronger local club culture?  


JarayaS
(@jarayas)
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Two countries that, from my personal observation, have very strong local club culture are England and Argentina...even if Boca and River, or Liverpool and Manchester United are the teams with most fans there, when you look at midtable teams, second tier teams or even beyond (specially in the case of england), they still enjoy large local following, which is quite nice https://trackeasy.fun/usps/" }" data-sheets-userformat="{"2":268480,"9":1,"10":2,"14":[null,2,1136076],"15":"arial,sans,sans-serif","21":1}" data-sheets-hyperlink="https://trackeasy.fun/usps/" data-sheets-hyperlinkruns="[null,0," https://trackeasy.fun/usps/" }"> https://trackeasy.fun/usps/ https://showbox.tools/" }" data-sheets-userformat="{"2":268480,"9":1,"10":2,"14":[null,2,3963096],"15":"arial,sans,sans-serif","21":1}" data-sheets-hyperlink="https://showbox.tools/" data-sheets-hyperlinkruns="[null,0," https://showbox.tools/" }"> https://showbox.tools/ .

Where I´m from, midtable teams can't even fill stadiums unless they are in the Libertadores finals, which is rare. There isn't that big of an interest in local clubs and only the top 5 teams enjoy good following (and not even they fill their stadiums), that's very sad imo, but my question is, how do you think you can create a stronger "small club culture" and turn locals into football fans?

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