UEFA Charges Three Countries Over EURO 2016 Violence

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The ongoing Euro 2016 tournament has been marred by several incidents of violence at stadiums and even outside stadiums.

Russian and English fans clashed in Marseille on the day of their opening match at the Stade Velodrome while Croatian fans threw flares onto the pitch as they played out a draw with Czech.

UEFA is charging the football associations of Belgium, Hungary and Portugal with unsportsmanlike conduct of their fans at the tournament.

Belgium is facing charges after their fans threw fireworks after their emphatic 3-0 win over the Republic of Ireland while Hungary has been charged with crowd disturbance.

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