The idea of creating zina "Leva tribina" appeared a few months ago and we are currently implement this project. Was initiated by the people of a small, informal, non-hierarchical Militant anti-fascist groups from Nis (city in south-eastern Serbia). Fanzine is a continuation of the same name of the blog, which was created six months ago. As the name implies fanzine (and blog) cover the activities of left-wing and anti-fascist groups of fans, mainly from the sphere of football. We do not miss the opportunity to cover the news about other sports where there is a left-wing political overtones. Fanzine published monthly and regularly at the moment, recently released third edition. While we are quite happy with the result. The first issue was published edition of 50 copies and is distributed in the district of Nis, it can be purchased at infoshop "Furija" in Belgrade and "DC" Social Center of Novi Sad. The third issue has attracted a much larger readership. We send fanzines in Belgrade (two points), yet we have readers from Kikinda, Sombor, Krusevac, Babušnica, etc. Thus the spread of zine has doubled since the release of the third issue.
Our aim to show that there is another football and other fans' culture. Football belongs to the people and we do not have to agree with the Nazi scum in the stands or on the order FIFA, which has the right to decide who can come to the stadium.
Funding for the fanzine like all of our actions and propaganda materials are taken from our general fund, which is replenished by donations or fees for activities that are organized by our friends from other cities or countries, as well as through personal contributions of the members of our group, so we have no intention to deceive someone.
Due to limited financial resources fanzine currently comes in the format A5, in black and white and 12 pages in size, but we have plans to gradually bring it to a professional level.
Stadiums in Serbia have become a huge platform for the recruitment of Nazis, and we want to stop it. For a start, we have created a blog and fanzine to show young people the other side of football and in the future ... well, who knows?
Against modern football! Clean up the terrace from the Nazis!