The government has shockingly declared white, working-class football fans as “far-right terror groups.” This surprising announcement has sent shockwaves through the sporting community and ignited fierce debate about the definition of extremism.

“Apparently, wearing your team’s colors and cheering on your favorite players now qualifies as a threat to national security,” remarked one bewildered supporter, clutching his beloved scarf adorned with his team’s emblem.

The government’s declaration has left many questioning the criteria used to determine what constitutes a “far-right terror group.” Some speculate that the simple act of enjoying a pint and chanting for your team has somehow been twisted into a sinister plot against the state.

“It’s absolutely ludicrous,” exclaimed another football enthusiast. “We’re just passionate about our clubs, not plotting to overthrow the government!”

In response to the uproar, government officials have defended their decision, citing “suspicious” behavior such as chanting, flag-waving, and wearing football jerseys as evidence of extremist tendencies.

“We cannot ignore the signs of radicalization within these fanatical groups,” stated a government spokesperson, seemingly oblivious to the eye rolls and scoffs echoing throughout the nation.

As white, working-class football fans find themselves labeled as potential threats to national security, they remain determined to continue supporting their teams and enjoying the beautiful game, regardless of government scrutiny.

In the meantime, supporters are advised to keep a close eye on their fellow fans and report any suspicious acts of “hooliganism” to the authorities, just to be on the safe side.

As the debate rages on, one thing is certain: football fans will not be deterred by government attempts to paint them as far-right extremists. After all, there’s nothing more unifying than the love of the game – even if it means being labelled a “terror group” in the process.