Conflict between football fans Zbrojovka Brno and Sparta Prague

Brno police officers intervened in a conflict between football fans Zbrojovka Brno and Sparta Prague

Brno police officers intervened in a conflict between football fans Zbrojovka Brno and Sparta Prague

FT; Brno 0 – 4 Sparta Prague

Kuchta, Jan 90+10′, 45+5′
Krejci II, Ladislav 82′, 33′ (P)

During the second half, a group of away fans tried to break into the forbidden area, but they eventually returned to their sector. Pyrotechnics and minor riots appeared in the camps of fans of both clubs.

Police have documented the fans’ actions and will be evaluating them, they tweeted.

According to the state police, five Brno fans fought with three Sparta supporters. Police are investigating the altercation as potential hooliganism and bodily harm, police spokesman Bohumil Malášek said.

“We treated three men,” confirmed Barbora Truksová Zuchová, a spokeswoman for the rescue service. At first, she said the injuries were rather lighter, superficial, or bruised. One of the men was later confirmed to have a fractured leg in the hospital, Truksová Zuchová added.

“Unfortunately, we cannot comment on the exact numbers of people and the course of the attack due to the very fresh investigation. The Police of the Czech Republic then arrived at the scene and we handed over the actors,” Ghanem said.

“We have taken over the incident, we are finding out all the circumstances,” spokesman Malášek said.

Zbrojovka hosted Sparta today at the stadium in Srbská Street and lost 0: 4. The match was accompanied by extensive security measures, starting after noon.

Until the start of the match at 4 p.m., the officers did not have to deal with any violation of public order, they said on Twitter.

According to them, in addition to the fans of the Prague team, groups of supporters of Slovan Bratislava and Austria Vienna headed to the stadium.

The incident in Berkova Street took place before 19:00, i.e. after the end of the match. According to Ghanem, 15 police officers intervened. They managed to secure both the suspects and the attacked, a spokesman for Ghanem said.

According to Malášek, no other similar incident happened, the security measures ended with the departure of most Sparta supporters as well as Austrian and Slovak fans.

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