The FA to find out on MONDAY if they’ll be hit with a stadium ban for England fans’ antics during Euro 2020 final defeat by Italy at Wembley… with fears over at least a one-match suspension looming – which would begin in June
- The Euro 2020 final was marred by chaotic and violent scenes by England fans
- The UEFA hearing into the matter is scheduled for Monday, October 18
- The FA have asked for a personal hearing but fear that a stadium ban is imminent
The Football Association will discover on Monday whether they will be hit with a stadium ban for the chaotic scenes that marred the Euro 2020 final.
Barely 24 hours after the latest violent episode to have taken place at Wembley as Hungarian supporters attacked police and security staff during the World Cup qualifier against England on Tuesday night, it can be revealed that the FA are set to discover at the start of next week their punishment for the supporter frenzy that overshadowed the Euros showpiece on July 11.
The UEFA hearing into the matter is scheduled for this Monday with a decision on the punishment expected the same day. An official announcement on the sanctions will be made on Tuesday at the latest.
The FA are fearing the prospect of England playing at least one UEFA match with a stadium ban
Thousands of ticketless fans broke into Wembley for the England vs Italy Euro 2020 final in July
Security barriers were compromised after a surge of thugs broke into the national stadium
Gareth Southgate’s (right) Three Lions lost on pens as the final ended 1-1 following extra time
Sportsmail revealed last month that the FA requested a personal hearing to fight the prospect of a stadium ban.
Indeed, there is a feeling within the organisation that they will be forced to play at least one match behind-closed-doors.
The FA has stressed to UEFA that they were kept…
Source : dailymail