Police reveal more than 40 charged after clashes between Polish and British fans

British police said on Saturday 46 men have been charged after “serious disorder outside” Villa Park on Thursday in the
build up to a Europa Conference League game in which authorities said five officers were injured.

“Of those, 43 have been charged with a public order offence, while two have been charged with assaulting police
officers and another has been charged with possession of a knife,” West Midland’s Police said in a statement.

The unrest occurred ahead of kickoff in a game between Aston Villa and Legia Warsaw.READ MORE

“Those charged are aged between and 21 and 63, and around 40 are believed to be from Poland. A small number are believed to be UK residents,” West Midland’s Police said.

Police said all apart from one of the men were due in court on Saturday and a special court had been set up at Birmingham magistrates court to begin hearing the cases this morning.

On Friday, Aston Villa said they had lodged a complaint with UEFA over the conduct of Legia Warsaw and the behaviour of the club’s supporters.

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