lazio ultras want to ban women from \'sacred space\' at team\'s rome stadium
According to news reports, a die-hard fan of an Italian top flight team wants women to stay away from the \"sacred space\" of the stadium \".
It is reported that Lazio otteras\'s flyers were distributed before the team\'s first Serie A match against Napoli at the Rome Olympic Stadium on Saturday.
\"Curva Nord represents a sacred space,\" said leaflets shared by many fans on social media.
Curva Nord is the stadium area where Lazio fans gather.
\"An environment of unwritten code that needs respect.
\"As usual, the experiences of the first few rows are like trenches.
\"In the trenches, we don\'t allow women, wives and girlfriends, so we invite them to position themselves from row 10.
\"Flyers invite those who choose football matches as a replacement for\" romantic walks in Villa Borghese (
One of the main parks in the Italian capital)
Other places in the stadium
The case was reported in major Italian newspapers, making headlines.
ANSA news agency said fans confirmed they had seen leaflets when they left the stadium at the end of the match.
The controversial news is not the first Super League release of Lazio.
Known for their distanceright views -
There were strong protests.
In a match in November, they distributed stickers and anti-cons showing Holocaust victim Anne Frank wearing a Roman shirt
Flash messages, trying to ridicule their long term
Opponents of the city of time
In February 2017, the club was sanctioned after their Super League left Napoli defender Kalidou Coulibali under racist abuse.
As early as 1998, otteras once again set out a banner with Roma as his target, saying, \"Auschwitz is your home and the oven is your home.