Promoting networks

If you belong to a bullfighting supporters club, club or association, and you want your data to appear here, contact us.

* Redes Culturales Taurinas(Bullfighting Cultural Networks) is an independent and autonomous project, open and free for the bullfighting community at large.

Asociación Cultural Taurina del Perú
Our goal is to defend bullfighting in Perú, where it is a part of traditional festivities, customs, and the popular religiosity of communities in several of the country’s cities.
Asociación Nacional de Mayorales
Asociación Nacional de Mayorales The first-ever national body of overseers working in the bull ranches, the Association was founded in 2002 byJosé Luis Castro. The website provides information related to these professionals of the campo bravo.
Club Taurino of London
The club was founded by a small group of fans in 1959 with the aim of establishing a space for English-speaking aficionados interested in the world of bullfighting. Ever since then, the club has carried out activities and social gatherings linked to bullfighting, and is today the largest bullfighting club of English-speaking fans in the world.
Toros: Toreros
Tristan Wood’s English-language blog space of “informed commentary on bullfighting past and present”. It is mainly illustrated with images from his extensive archive of bullfight photographs.
Universitat Barcelona: Vicente Royuela Mora
Investigaciones Taurinas is an open space for reflection and analysis upon bullfighting, directed by academics and students of this expression of cultural heritage. A space of reflection for professionals and aficionados.
Leales del Toro
A blog that honors the memory of Doctor Leal Castaño. The blog wants to promote the bullfight fiesta through history, bibliography, actual events and anecdotes.