According to local police, an English football fan in Munich was arrested for damaging a hotel room during a Nazi salute on Tuesday night before the Nations League partnered with Germany.
Eight England fans were arrested on Monday. He claimed he was determined to repair his damaged reputation, mainly in the downtown area of Munich, especially in the light of the unpleasant scene at Wembley in the Euro 2020 final.
Police said three of them were arrested for Nazi salutes after another fan inflicted an estimated € 2,000 after flaring in a hotel room.
The other four were arrested for insulting police officers and urinating on the streets.
Many troublemakers have been ordered to pay a deposit of around € 200 (£ 170). This is equivalent to a local fine. Meanwhile, the two who couldn’t pay were taken to the district. judge.
Several bars in the city closed early on Monday as a large number of fans wearing British replica shirts and raising flags sang in the warm German sunshine.
No other pubs opened on Tuesday after receiving reports among some supporters that the incident was out of control.
Police were called into a “brawl” on Monday and reportedly involved 30 to 50 English fans, but said it had been dispersed by the time armed police arrived at the scene.
After some English fans bought tickets at the Allianz Arena’s German support section, there is a risk of further clashes later on Tuesday.
A Munich police spokesman told PA news agencies that police could stop English fans from going to the “home” end only if they expected them to cause trouble. Told.
He said 700 police officers have been stationed to deal with the influx of English fans into the city since Saturday. This is much more than working in a football match in Bayern Munich.
It comes after a plea from England’s manager Gareth Southgate for fans to act.