Here is a selection of my favourite clubs. I have only listed the main ones, as I always followed every European competition and do not wish to take up a huge amount of space to list them all. The following catalogue reveals that I am definitely not a leaf-in-the-wind, "glory hunting" pseudo-fan... ENGLAND: Peterborough United: During his twelve years in England, my father lived in Peterborough (which is in Cambridgeshire, in case anyone is wondering). Therefore, according to the strict tribal rules of the English fan, Peterborough was the only club for me. POLAND: MKS Pogoń Szczecin: Family ties with Szczecin. "MKS Pogoń Szczecin - Duma Pomorza!" SCOTLAND: Queen of the South: As I have possessed an exceedingly keen interest in Border history since my earliest years, the Doonhammers, hailing from Dumfries, were the perfect choice (most Scots are convinced that I'm mad, but who needs Rangers and Celtic anyway? Stuff them :icon_grin Besides, one cannot possibly find a more romantically evocative name... WALES: Llanelli A.F.C.: Being a fan of Llanelli rugby club, Llanelli A.F.C. was therefore my natural football team. I am rather partial to the Welsh clubs which feature in the English league system (such as Swansea City, Cardiff City, Wrexham, and Newport County) but, like the Cymry say, at least one can see actual Welshmen playing in the Welsh domestic competition... SPAIN: Athletic Bilbao: Given my lifelong distaste for footballing"imports", Athletic's traditional "all Basque" policy made me a staunch fan. ITALY: Atalanta: A football club named after the huntress of Classical myth? That was more than enough for the history-obsessed little kid... GERMANY: TSV 1860 MÃ¼nchen: For my sins, when I was a small child I decided to follow 1860 Munich after reading that they were older than Bayern. EDIT: As this thread has been dragged out from the vault, I've edited my posts in order for them to be more legible because their formatting was somewhat ruined by the transfer between the old and new forums.