Euro 2020 final UEFA investigation at Wembley
UEFA has imposed disciplinary sanctions for the security breach in the Euro 2020 final at Wembley. fans clashed with butlers and police officers as they attempted to break into the gates of Sunday’s exhibition event.
Football Association Chief Executive Mark Bringham apologized to legitimate fans and said the security team “had never seen anything like this.”
England lost to Italy on penalties after 1-1 points in extra time.
The Football Association has been charged with four counts of fan behavior, refers to the riots, occupation of the stadium, the throwing of objects by fans and the display of fireworks during the national anthem.
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UEFA’s statement added: “In addition, UEFA has appointed a disciplinary and ethics inspector to conduct disciplinary investigations into incidents involving fans inside and outside the stadium.
” will provide information on this matter in due course. Information. “
Bringham stated on Monday that the FA will conduct a full review after “a large number of drunk hooligans” tried to break into Wembley without fines. To prevent such incidents from happening again,
Downing Street criticized those who did not People with tickets breaking into the stadium.
The Prime Minister’s official spokesperson said: “These scenarios are unacceptable. We condemn violence, anti-social behavior and abuse in the strongest terms.”
In the England semi-final victory over Denmark, the FA was fined for three incidents. 30,000 euros (26,600 pounds), including a laser pointer aimed at the face of goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel.