That’s the [Team Name] battle cry! Victory, victory, victory! 18. "For the Win" We want a victory, so help us out. Yell the letters, when we shout. V-I-C-T-O-R-Y. V-I-C-T-O-R-Y (crowd) Victory, victory, victory [Team Name]!
War cries are only used for sports that have a war-like demeanor, football, hockey, wrestling. Soccer, much like golf, badmitton, and sewing, would just come off looking stupid for attempting any...
04Jun12. Regular readers of Soccer History Magazine will be aware that we have been running a series of articles over some time covering singing and songs that have been popular at matches over the years. This article is intended as the start of a work in progress on football songs and chants in the period to […]
A war cry is a chant used by Australian schools in conjunction with their sporting events. They are usually reserved for competitions outside of the school. Most cries are short, around eight lines. The shortness allows the war cry to be repeated ad nauseum – usually whenever the school scores a point or wins an event.
There are none. War cries are only used for sports that have a war-like demeanor, football, hockey, wrestling. Soccer, much like golf, badmitton, and sewing, would just come off looking stupid for...
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15 Ways To Rally Your Team. From ancient Sparta to the NFL, dominant teams have had one thing in common: an Earth-shaking battle cry. Behold, 15 of the best. Want to put your ultimate team together?
The mighty warriors that populate the Shahnameh, an epic Persian epic poem from the tenth century, are all described as arming themselves with a virile war cry: Koshan rumbled “in a voice like a drumbeat”; Rahham “roared out and began to boil like the sea”; and the thick-bodied Rostam thundered “like an elephant enraged.”
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When it's time to get the fans involved, we have a few great cheers to help you spread the enthusiasm. Y-E-L-L (repeat 4x) Everybody YELL YELL. BJH BJH. Go BJH! No one will forget your team with this chant. It repeats your team name and if you get creative with your motions, it can really make an impact.