While the players earn enough to buy stunning houses overlooking the Cote d'Azur, Toulon itself is a working class naval port.
The Stade Mayol, which stands in its centre, is an ugly concrete structure and supporters generate vast, guttural, aggressive noise.
Also, since it's state law that every block needs a minimum two taverns, these people can DRINK, but said drinking manifests itself in asshattery at a far lower rate than in other cities. It also likely helps that nice Canadian couples living north in Richmond Hill who celebrated the last time the Blue Jays made the playoffs (before last year) by doing sex now have a 21-year-old, fully grown adult child wearing a Joe Carter jersey to tell an awkward story to.
Honestly though, Wisconsinites are just pretty psyched to have another outlet for tailgating and mass Leinie consumption in the warmer months between Packers seasons, and if the Brewers ever actually manage to break through and win the damn thing, so much the better. His opinion on shredding the pow-pow at A-Basin vs. As the sole Canadians in this thing, Blue Jays fans are too busy (*shuffles through Canadian stereotype handbook*) politely throwing loonies at suspected Quebecois to be outwardly obnoxious to opposing fans.
Maybe they'll get more people to look up from their smartphones on occasion. We'd say it's tough to be a Marlins fan, when your ownership puts you on the hook for half a billion dollars, promises you a shiny new team to play in that fancy ballpark, then immediately trades that entire team to Toronto.