In 1964 more than 300 football fans died and another 500 were injured in Lima, Peru in a riot during an Olympic qualifying match between Argentina and Peru on 24 May. On 11 April 1967 in Argentina, before a match between Huracán and Racing de Avellaneda, a Racing fan of 15 years was murdered by the Huracán barra brava at the Tomás Adolfo Ducó stadium. 
In English football, it doesn't get much bigger than Manchester United vs. Liverpool. Unfortunately, today's match between these titans had to be postponed because a protest by Man U fans turned ...
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On July 11 (Local Time), the Riot Police of England had to react swiftly on the West End of the capital after thousands of angry fans started to create ruckus on the streets as England lost Euro 2020 Finale. The fans from England were agitated right before the match itself as many of them tried to enter the fan zone in Trafalgar Square without tickets.
Riot police manned Trafalgar square after football fans vented their anger over England's defeat. image: Twitter Riot police manned Trafalgar square in London after Euro misery set in following ‘utterly appalling’ scenes at Wembley.
A riot in the Egyptian city of Port Said has left 74 dead and at least 248 wounded after football fans stormed the pitch before engaging in running battles. ...
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Tennessee fans rioted in the final minute of the Volunteers' 31-26 loss to the Ole Miss Rebels on Saturday night in Knoxville, Tenn. after an unfavorable call.
Tennessee fans rioted in the final minute of their 31-26 loss to the Ole Miss Rebels on Saturday night in Knoxville, Tenn. after an unfavorable call.
Soccer riots have pretty much been the least of their troubles, but earlier this year, after police and fans clashed in Cairo. The cause of the riots are still somewhat unclear, and fans claimed police fired upon them with tear gas and shotguns, while police claim that fans started everything, throwing rocks and assaulting officers, while at least 25 people passed way, according to The Globe and Mail .