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Leicester City / Football Supporters Clubs in Adelaide

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Hi,

I'm a 29 year old male from Leicester, and I am emigrating to Adelaide in October this year.

I was just wondering if anyone knew of any Football (soccer) Supporters Clubs in the Adelaide area. In particular any Leicester City supporters?

My girlfriend and I are moving over and won't really know anybody else in the city, so thought it might be a good idea to see if there any supporters over there.
Even if you don't happen to support Leicester City, would still be good to meet people who actually like watching proper football and not AFL! (not that there's anything wrong with AFL but I'll be having withdrawal symptoms if I don't watch any football....)

Any advice or pointers in the right direction would be greatly appreciated.

If you don't like football but would still be interested in meeting up to socialise and make friends, drop us a PM.

Cheers

Steve

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I"m not sure there are many supporters clubs for UK teams. May be some though. I really don't follow soccer (its soccer here, football or footy is AFL) and don't pay much attention even to the Adelaide Utd team. 

There are plenty of soccer clubs and you'd probably find a local one and could become members (non playing ones) and support the local team and also then perhaps get involved on a more international scale. 

Chances are you'll find the sports bars showing big matches or perhaps the British pubs. And I'd imagine some people who follow the teams playing. 

 

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There are a few. Adelaide Hammers, Adelaide Arsenal, Liverpool, Man U, Chelsea. It seen a Leicester group though.


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Yes there is one. It's on facebook under South Australia Leicester City Football Club Supporters Club. 50 members. Or you can change team to the Adelaide Hammers and become number 248.


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Thanks for the replies everyone.

I've found the South Australia Leicester City Supporters club on Facebook, so will hopefully meet some people through the group.

Cheers 

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