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'''Hooligans''' (Japanese: '''バッドチーム''' ''Bad Team'') are a pair of [[Pokémon Trainer]]s that debuted in [[Generation V]]. They are a combination of a {{tc|Biker}} and a {{tc|Roughneck}}. They use {{type|Fighting}} and {{type|Dark}} Pokémon.
'''Hooligans''' (Japanese: '''バッドチーム''' ''Bad Team'') are a pair of [[Pokémon Trainer]]s that debuted in [[Generation V]]. They are a combination of a {{tc|Biker}} and a {{tc|Roughneck}}. They use usually {{type|Fighting}} and {{type|Dark}} Pokémon.

Revision as of 02:20, 14 February 2013

バッドチーム Bad Team
Hooligans TCG.png
Hooligans artwork in the TCG by Masakazu Fukuda
Other names
Introduced in Generation V
Appears in Black and White
Black 2 and White 2
Gender Male
Counterpart {{{counterpart}}}
Notable members {{{members}}}
Anime debut [[]]
TCG debut Dark Explorers
TCG card Hooligans Jim & Cas
Manga debut {{{manga}}}

Hooligans (Japanese: バッドチーム Bad Team) are a pair of Pokémon Trainers that debuted in Generation V. They are a combination of a Biker and a Roughneck. They use usually Fighting-type and Dark-type Pokémon.


Spr BW Hooligans.png Spr B2W2 Hooligans.png
Image from
Black and White
Image from
Black 2 and White 2
Biker OD.pngRoughneck OD.png
Overworld sprites from
Generation V

Trainer list

Pokémon Black/White

Pokémon Black 2/White 2

In the TCG

TCG depiction

This listing is of cards mentioning or featuring Hooligans in the Pokémon Trading Card Game.

Related cards
Cards listed with a blue background are only legal to use in the current Expanded format.
Cards listed with a silver background are legal to use in both the current Standard and Expanded formats.
Card Type English
Rarity # Japanese
Rarity #
Hooligans Jim & Cas Su Dark Explorers Uncommon 95/108 Dark Rush Uncommon 068/069


  • In past generations, Bikers and Roughnecks (also known as Cue Balls) were known to hang out with each other on bike paths. This is the first time they battled together in a Double Battle.
  • In French, this class and the Roughneck class share the same name, except one is plural.

In other languages

Language Title
France Flag.png French Loubards
Germany Flag.png German Rabauken
Spain Flag.png Spanish Pandilleros

Trainer classes in the Pokémon core series
Unova Ace TrainerArtistBackersBackpackerBakerBattle GirlBeautyB2W2BikerBlack BeltBoss TrainerB2W2Champion
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Nursery AideParasol LadyPilotPokéfanPKMN BreederPKMN RangerPKMN TrainerPoliceman
PreschoolerPsychicRich BoyRoughneckSchool KidScientistSmasherSocialiteStrikerSubway Boss
SwimmerTeam PlasmaTeam Plasma GruntThe RichesBWTwinsVeteranWaiterWaitressWorkerYoungster
Pokéstar Studios only:B2W2
A-list ActorActorActressBig StarCelebrityChic ActressChild StarComedianFine Actor
Movie StarNew ActressStar ActorSuit ActorUnique StarVeteran Star
Pokémon World Tournament only:B2W2
Junior RepresentativeMaster RepresentativeSenior Representative
World ChampionWorld FinalistWorld Runner-up
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