Working Class / Left wing football clubs?Watch
Everton & Liverpool - Labour safe seat in the UK
Feyenoord (Rotterdam) - a working class port city like Liverpool governed by the dutch Labour party
St Pauli (Germany)
Manchester Utd/City - Labour safe seat in the UK
Man City are known for having an EDL element, so are Chelsea.
It's like saying Hamas is more left wing than Israel even though Tel Aviv pride is a thing but Gaza strip pride isn't.
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With the whole "train incident" that let all us fans down.
Its difficult to paint any club in England with the 'left-wing' brush as I would say every club in England will have elements of right-wing and left-wing supporters amongst their ranks.
If you take immigration out of it then I reckon most football supporters in this country are probably left leaning.
I never understand why identifying with Irish culture makes you left wing, surely the two things would exist along a different spectrum and this is especially true given that Anglo culture is far more liberal than Irish culture which is generally quite conservative.
Everton, 'the people's club'. Not only in a Labour area but also is known for valuing community in a way that some would describe as left-wing.
Arsenal known for having Labour-supporting fans. More the trendier London type of lefties (like Corbyn, who supports them), than the grittier Northern ones. A lot of left-wing opposition from fans over the pay of its workers lately.
Celtic. Associated with Catholicism/possibly Irish nationalism, which is generally espoused by leftists.
Probably AFC Wimbledon.
Real Man U supporters probably (those in Manchester or brought up there, not the plastic glory seekers who probably have no political opinions).
Probably the only club in the world where a large portion of it's supporters hate their own national team/country as well.