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1.
a thug who reguarly goes to football matches and starts fights with opposing supporters and is symbolised usually by: Burberry Hat, Stone Island Jacket,Lacoste Trainers,Tight Fitted Adidas/Nike Trousers And Usually Has a can of Stella or brick in hand.Also, They reguarly make up abusive chants on the terraces to threaten and strike fear into the other team and their travveling supporters.
Marcus Gayle Of Section 5
de Semen 17 August 2004
 
2.
young foolish person who gallavants and roams the streets causing trouble.
See punk or hoodlum.
You little hooligans stay off my lawn and out my neighborhood!
de happyjoy 12 Iulie 2004
 
3.
a rowdy and typically young brawler vandal or trouble maker; a punk
Teenage scottish hoolgians get drunk at soccer games and kick everyones asses.
de tob's 11 Ianuarie 2003
 
4.
The nickname for a fan of the singer Bruno Mars, comes from his album title "Doo Wops and Hooligans"
Well duh, I'm a total Hooligan!
de loveyoux333 11 Ianuarie 2011
 
5.
one who engages in innappropriate actions, which can be violent, shenanaganical, illegal, harmful, harmeless, annoying, cheeky and fun, dangerous, or/ and evil
"Those damn hooligans spray painted giant dripping cocks all over the super-market."

"Those hooligans moved ten kilos of blow by force and then all six of them rode down Main Street on one bicycle."
de BEZ off in it 29 Ianuarie 2008
 
6.
Name of Bruno Mars' fans who not just love Bruno Mars but also love his band, his crews, his family, and everything about him. Mature. Not envy/jealous if other HOOLIGANS being bless (meet/hug/kiss/etc by Bruno) but feel happy and believe somemday will get the same honor.
All Hooligans screamed when Bruno Mars did his great hip-thrust.
Imma HOOLIGANS n I proud of it cuz I love Bruno Mars.
de nengbuyah 03 Iulie 2011
 
7.
Orignally started in England as a family of Irish named the "Hoolihans" caused trouble in a particular area of England, as the Hoolihans spread in notoreity of bein aggressive, violent and dangerous they were mentioned in a newspaper that wrongly spelt their name as "Hooligan" since then Hooligan has been a reference to aggressive, dangerous, violent, abusive, loutish and other behaviours
Look at those hooligans with their hoods up acting all hard
de DaanH 02 Septembrie 2008