Collection: CULERS

To uncover the origins of the nickname CULERS, we need to venture back to the early 1900s. At that time, the club played their matches at a stadium located on Calle de la Industria, a street in Barcelona. The club boasted a significantly larger fan base than the stadium's seating capacity. As a result, some fans resorted to sitting on the walls surrounding the pitch due to the overcrowding. When passers-by approached the stadium, their first sight was of fans sitting on the walls, facing away from them, while enjoying the games. Consequently, supporters of the team, known as "Azulgranas," began to be referred to as "Culers" in Catalan or "Culés" in Castellano, which essentially means those who show their backsides.