Ultras Hercules 2007 – Tangiers (Tanger or Tangier)

Moroccan’s most renowned clubs are basically Raja, Royal Team and Wydad, whom definitely have large numbers of supporters around Morocco and Mediterranean coasts, but have You even seen a Club in second division which has no trophies nor an history to brag about, has a number of supporters matches or larger than those or even in international level? It’s known as Ittihad Tangier (or Tanger) or officially under Ittihad Ryadhi Tanja (IRT) which means the Union Sportive of Tangiers.

Ultras Hercules is one of those rare occasions that you ever see in football world, with a supporters base average over than 35000 people attend in every single hosting match. Further more from our researchers there is estimated more than 400000 supporters around Tangier alone, while there is many outside the region and foreign countries which share they pictures on Instagram, Facebook and other social medias.

Hercules Tiffo

The income of the club consist over 50% of match tickets sold, so the supporters actually try to attend more effectively in order to maximize the club’s income from every match, which considered as one of the fascinating encouragement to the club Itself.

In season of 2015-2016, the attendees reached 50000, in few host matches against; Moghreb Tetouan, Fez and FUS of Rabat, which It is over capacity of the grand stadium of Batouta by more than 5000 seats.

As the club is newly in the Primera Division of the Botola League, they are doing pretty well as they are currently fighting in the 2nd and 3rd places in the Round 15, together with Wydad, FUS and the Royal Team.



About Moreno Caramelo

Known as Caramelo 25 years old a traveler, writer and a blogger. I am known as the founder of BPM and an MBA Student for Business Administration. I post articles about random things which interest me. If you wanna PM me or interested talking to me, please add me on Skype: (M-ourad1991)

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