Seaburn Casuals are a football firm linked with Sunderland Football Club, the firms activity was felt more during the 90s and early 2000s, with the Seaburn Casuals being involved in some of the most violent incidents in British hooligan history. Sunderland Football club sometimes top the football arrests table in the United Kingdom.
At the end of the 1999-2000, Sunderland topped the hooliganism table in the Premier League, with 223 fans arrested that season.
In 1984 the Seaburn Casuals took over the Everton pub called The Blue House for several hours. The firm had a very strong rivalry with Nottingham Forest’s firm as they had a close link to Newcastle United who are Sunderland’s biggest rival.
Sunderland AFC used to be noted for football hooliganism. At the end of thee 1999-2000 season, Sunderland topped the hooliganism table for Premier League clubs with 223 of its fans being arrested.
In 2011, various bans from football games, community service hours, and fines with issued to a bunch of Seaburn Casual ring leaders, instigators, and participants who took part in a 2009 clash between the Seaburn Casuals and Newcastle fans.
Seaburn Casuals were founded in Sunderland in the early 1980s and are still running to this day. The member count is hard to calculate however we believe it is somewhere between 250-300 and the most common ethnicity is White British.
Prior to the Seaburn Casuals Sunderland has a firm known as the Vauxies which were around in the 70s and 80s. However Seaburn Casuals are the most famous firm from the club, and named after the Seaburn area near Roker Park Stadium.
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