KLASSE KRIMINALE has always been an attentive and active band in the "soccer-world" as well as the “Ultrà” movement, especially for its relation to the Skinhead culture.
In KLASSE KRIMINALE’s debut album, CI INCONTREREMO ANCORA UN (1989), we find the song "Goal": the title gives a guarantee as to the lyrical content.
The beautiful sleeve of their second album FACCIA A FACCIA (1991) was a tribute to Spaghetti-Western films, by both the band and their illustrator, Alteau, yet re-examined in skin-hooligan style, with the police opposing a hooligan-skinhead crew while a stadium is in flames in the background.
Also, in the artwork of the reprint of this album in picture-disc, we find an illustration of clashes between police and hooligans, again designed by Alteau. In the album I RAGAZZI SONO INNOCENTI (1994) we find the song "Un Altro Ribelle É Morto", dedicated to an “Ultrà” friend of the band « ...You were a Skinhead and you had tattooed it inside you/Terraces your house/“Genoa FC” in your heart... ».
Again, in the last album, STAI VIVENDO O STAI SOPRAVVIVENDO? (2001 MBR069) we find songs such as "Hooligans 2001" « ...Kids are playing to be Hooligans/Smooking in subway, breaking bottles/Controlled Violence, faulty dynamite/Today afternoon the riot starts...