FILE – In this Nov. 29, 1998 file photo, Lazio fans display banners from the stands reading “Auschwitz is Your Homeland. The Ovens are Your Homes” during a Serie A match between Lazio and AS Roma, at Rome’s Olympic stadium. (AP Photo/Plinio Lepri, files)

European stadiums have become a hub for anti-Semitism where fans shout anti-Semitic slurs and post offensive stickers.

In Europe, anti-Semitism is rampant among fans of soccer, or “football” as it is known in most parts of the world.

Most recently fans of the Italian football club S.S. Lazio posted stickers around Rome’s Stadio Olimpico depicting Holocaust victim Anne Frank wearing the shirt of city rival club AS Roma. The same stickers have also surfaced at some soccer events in Germany.

Watch how the Lazio president Claudio Lotito reacted to the anti-Semitic propaganda from his team’s fans.