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Awesome to hear. I think there's a number of foreign fans on the reddit.com panthers section (http://www.reddit.com/r/panthers) mostly from England and Australia if I remember right.

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Ich vermisse Deutschland. Letzten Sommer habe ich studierte in Heidelberg für sechs Wochen. Wo in Deutschland lebst du?

Go Panthers!

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Yeah, Football is getting bigger in England, also thanks to Godell and his London policy. But he leaves out us guys in Germany and the Netherlands, where most NFLE teams were located back then. Football in Germany is unbelievable small, a lot smaller than soccer in the US. But the funny thing is that millions of germans are watching the SB, without having any idea what is going on. They are staying up till 3 in the morning. But that doesn´t help much.

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Ich vermisse Deutschland. Letzten Sommer habe ich studierte in Heidelberg für sechs Wochen. Wo in Deutschland lebst du?

Go Panthers!


200 miles south of Heidelberg, right in the border to Switzerland and France. Good german skill you are showing there! Respect!

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[quote name='fieryprophet' timestamp='1355493964' post='2045647']
Awesome to hear. I think there's a number of foreign fans on the reddit.com panthers section ([url="http://www.reddit.com/r/panthers"]http://www.reddit.com/r/panthers[/url]) mostly from England and Australia if I remember right.
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Thanks for the link, didn´t know it yet.

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Canadian Panther fan, and I know there's a bunch of us in Canada because I see a fair amount of Panther gear / jerseys here. I became a fan during the 2003-2004 season when they were making their run as the Cardiac Cats. Chris Berman and the whole ''Daylight come and me wanna Delhomme'' sealed it for me.
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deutscher panthers fan?? geil! dein englisch ist fantastisch... hast du englisch in uni gelernt, oder hast du vom Amerikaneren und kulturell kontext gelernt?

wilkommen zu das forum!
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I can almost copy the first post, went to high school in nc during the 96 season and was hooked for life :).

I am from Sweden though and no live games (yet!!)
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Denmark here, no live games either, started in 2001 as i was a Charlotte Hornets fan in the 90es before i got into Football
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Hi
I'm from Bristol England
Got hooked on football when Channel 4 started showing games in 1983 watching Riggins & the Redskins
Started following Raiders after visiting L A but they went back to Oakland & I watched football when i could without following any particular team.
Decided to follow the Panthers the day the franchise was announced and watch streams if i can or follow
play by play on NFL
Been to a couple of games at wembley but would rather follow the Panther games.
Don't post on here much , but visit most days for the local gossip and opinions.
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[quote name='osd22' timestamp='1355494339' post='2045655']
Football in Germany is unbelievable small, a lot smaller than soccer in the US. But the funny thing is that millions of germany are watching the SB, without having any idea what is going on. They are staying up till 3 in the morning. But that doesn´t help much.
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I watched the Eagles/Patriots superbowl at an Irish pub in Nuremberg. I was surprised how much they got into the game.
They even stood for our national anthem.

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