I can’t believe you’d do that at the football

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What are you doing?! Well stop, right now.

  1. Wear a rugby jumper

Sorry mate, I think you’re at the wrong game, it should be a criminal offence to wear a rugby jumper to a football game, and it’s just not on. League, union, club, country. Enough is enough. #rugbyawful

  1. Rock a onesie

Would hate to hear what the ultras in Europe would have to say about this. It’s only a matter of time before someone takes a photo and makes a viral meme with the caption “when you’re at the football at 9 but have a sleepover at Angelica’s at 10.” #rugratslyf

  1. Sport a full kit

There’s always that one bloke who takes it way too far. He’s got the full strip, socks rolled up and the boots on, but you’ll ask him if he’s got shin guards and he’ll be like “no, don’t be silly.” #fullkitwanker

  1. Take a partner into the active area for their first football game

I reckon we’ve all heard of someone who has done this. It’s one of those things that can work out either really well or really bad; there’s no middle ground. Hopefully they are the type that will appreciate rowdy types singing loudly without tops on. #hopeisnotastrategy

  1. Sitting in the middle of the row and leaving more than once

Stop it you annoying so and so. There ain’t no room for you to get past and 100% you’ll block someone’s view as a goal is scored, knock over a carefully placed second beverage, or bump the back of someone’s head with your knee. #halftimehotdogsonly

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Clement Tito
Currently studying at Deakin University in Melbourne, Clem has experience writing on AFL and has worked at Preston Leader Newspapers in Victoria. He loves reporting, spectating, discussing and playing both AFL and football.

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