Euro 2016 violence | The Daily Star
  • Fuchs quits int'l football

    Austrian captain and Leicester City defender Christian Fuchs announces his retirement from international football on Wednesday,

  • Hungary, Belgium and Portugal charged

    UEFA said it is taking disciplinary action against Hungary, Belgium and Portugal after further crowd trouble at three Euro 2016 soccer games on Saturday.

  • 'Sports terrorists' bring new chaos

    Croatian fans who hurled flares on the pitch to halt their country's Euro 2016 match against Czech Republic are branded "sports terrorists" as the showcase tournament suffers new troubles.

  • 20 Russians thrown out

    Twenty Russians including a far-right agitator are to be thrown out of France on Thursday as the city of Lens go into lockdown.

  • Elimination could cost England £6b

    Move over Brexit. If England drop out of the Euro 2016 it could wipe £6 billion (7.6 billion euros, $8.5 billion) from the value of the London stock market, a finance expert warned Wednesday.

  • Russians arrested, alcohol banned

    Police on Tuesday detain 43 Russia fans suspected of taking part in clashes with England supporters in Marseille at the start of the Euro 2016 football tournament, and two cities in northern France impose alcohol bans in a bid to avert more hooliganism.

  • Euro 2016: Suspended disqualification for Russia

    Russia can be thrown out of Euro 2016 if their fans cause further trouble inside a stadium after UEFA imposes a suspended disqualification and a 150,000 euro ($168,300.00) fine on the Russian Football Union (RFU).

  • 150 Russians 'behind' Euro 2016 violence

    Some 150 Russians were behind much of the violence in Marseille ahead of the Euro 2016 match between England and Russia, French prosecutors say.