The FA has requested a personal hearing in order to avoid a stadium ban as a result of the pandemonium that engulfed the Euro 2020 final.
UEFA is looking into the crowd disturbance that threatened to derail one of England’s proudest days in football history on July 11, and is proposing a sanction that would see the team play behind closed doors.
The governing body of European football is reported to have taken a dim view of the despicable images and, confidentially, is not ruling out a one-game stadium suspension.
Thousands of ticketless fans stormed the stadium despite police imposing unprecedented security measures for the Euros final between England and Italy.
Yobs infiltrated the stadium, forcing the families of a number of England players to flee, while others were the victims of attempted ticket thefts and were accosted by throngs of people trying to force admittance.
Source: Daily Mail