Here's how a typical player signing is announced in the UK.
Compare it to how transfer news is announced in the MLS.
This is how fans do banners in British football.
Compare it to fan banners found on the continent.
British fans might have a sense of humour.
But foreign fans are just impressive.
Foreign fans bring a sense of glamour as well.
In the UK, on the other hand, they punch horses.
British fans really don't pull off the elegant look when supporting their team.
The just don't seem to get it.
Whereas foreign fans seem to nail it every single time.
Matchday cuisine at the football in the UK isn't much better.
Especially when you put it against the half-time food served in South Africa.
Man of the Match awards in the UK are pretty simple.
Unlike Man of the Match awards in the rest of the world.
British team mascots are friendly and all that...
...but across the Atlantic, they have an IRL lumberjack laying waste to stuff.
It's been 11 years and Daniel Sturridge still hasn't quite mastered a great goal celebration.