In an ironic twist, English supporters are now more likely to be the victims than the perpetrators of hooliganism.
First charged with “piracy,” each member of the retinue now faces seven years in jail if found guilty of “hooliganism.”
Some may think “price tag” attacks are relatively minor acts of vandalism—racially or religiously motivated hooliganism at best.
Three members of the group were arrested, charged with “hooliganism,” and imprisoned; two of them have 5-year-old children.
The Russian punk band was sentenced to two years behind bars for ‘hooliganism’ despite protests across the West and in Moscow.
Idleness, hooliganism and repeated imprisonments for petty crime, until something more serious happens, and then longer sentences.
The main safeguard against lawlessness and hooliganism in any armed body is the integrity of its officers.
We do not want further prejudice raised against us by attempts to connect us with anarchical violence, hooliganism and looting.
Frequent allusions to hooliganism and armed burglars occur in 1882.
They were aggravated, moreover, by an outbreak of hooliganism, which became a serious nuisance in 1881.
On this page you'll find 14 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to hooliganism, such as: aggro, breach of peace, disorder, disorderliness, disorderly behavior, and disruption.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.