Just 21 Super League memes to enjoy if you still have no clue what’s going on

‘Ok I’ll bite, what’s foot ball?’


The last 24 hours have been a LOT for football fans after the announcement of the formation of a European Super League. There’s been anger, despair and debate over this new league. But for those of us who have no clue what is going on there’s a bunch of Super League memes for us to enjoy.

Despite reading a bunch of news articles explaining what the Super League means for football a lot of us still aren’t really sure what’s going on. When your football knowledge extends to the 2018 World Cup and Gareth Southgate’s waistcoats, the politics and money involved with this new league really doesn’t make sense.

But apparently it’s a big deal that six massive teams have joined the new European Super League, so much so that even Boris Johnson has spoken out to condemn the move.

However if you’re still not understanding it then just enjoy these 21 memes that sum up the confusion a lot of us feel:

1. What have I opened my timeline to?

2. It’s all too much

3. Seriously, why did I bother asking?

4. Guys you’ve let me down, this is not what I come here for

5. Ok fine so what is actually happening?

6. The vibe I’m going for today

7. Is it really that big a deal?

8. Do not talk to me

9. Ohhhhh now I get it

10. All I have to say on the matter

11. Now this I am interested in

12. Taylor coming in hot

13. Literally nothing

14. I’ll just pretend I know what they’re talking about

15. Apparently it’s a big deal

16. No one tell me anything I have zero interest in the subject

17. Only Super League I care about

18. My face the last 24 hours

19. Is this men’s version of Real Housewives?

20. Please donate where you can

21. Fine I’ll be angry about it as long as I can wear this outfit

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