ISIS extremists have banned citizens from wearing football shirts of several Premier League sides including Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea.
The rules laid out by ISIS’ Hisba religious police in Al-Furat province in Iraq forbid people from wearing football strips made by sportswear giants Nike and Adidas.
Other kits belonging to European teams such as Barcelona, Real Madrid and AC Milan are specifically mentioned in decrees plastered around the area.
The notices were highlighted by MEMRI Jihad and Terrorism Threat Monitor (JTTM), which scrutinizes Islamist terrorism and violent extremism worldwide.
Repressed citizens face 80 lashes in public if they break the rules.
England, France and Germany international shirts are also among the banned memoribilia.
West Brom and Sunderland shirts would also be prohibited according to the rules.
Earlier this month, the terror group banned football referees from one of its ISIS strongholds for practicing the laws of FIFA instead of Sharia.
FIFA rules were condemned “a violation of Allah’s command and the Sunnah” (the sayings and teachings of the prophet Mohammed).
ISIS has devised its own rules for the beautiful game allowing a system of “Qisas” for injured players to claim compensation or seek revenge against opponents.