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MARSEILLE, France – A look back at some on England's past problems with hooliganism:
October 1977 — England fans cause major damage to the stadium at a World Cup qualifying game in Luxembourg.
June 1980 — England fans riot in Turin, Italy, during a European Championship game against Belgium.
May 1981 — England fans damage shops in Basel following World Cup loss to Switzerland.
June 1988 — About 400 fans arrested for brawling in bars and streets at European Championship games in Duesseldorf, Stuttgart and Frankfurt.
July 1990 — England fans involved in violent scenes in Cagliari and Rimini during World Cup in Italy.
June 1992 — England fans clash with locals and police in Malmo and Stockholm at the European Championship in Sweden.
February 1995 — Right-wing England thugs tear up seats and attack local fans at Dublin's Lansdowne Road, forcing the friendly game against Ireland to be abandoned after 27 minutes.
June 1996 — About 200 English fans arrested in central London after England loses to Germany in the European Championship semifinals.
October 1997 — Police baton-charge England fans during a World Cup qualifying game in Rome.
June 1998 — England fans clash with locals in Marseille and Saint-Etienne, France, at the World Cup.
November 1999 — About 160 fans are arrested in running battles between England and Scotland fans before European Championship playoff game in Glasgow.
June 2000 — About 850 fans — almost all English — are detained after rioting in Brussels and Charleroi, Belgium, before England's Euro 2000 game against Germany. 56 people injured. UEFA threatens to throw England out of competition.
June 2016 — Hundreds of fans, mostly English, clash with locals and Russia supporters in Marseille over three days. The worst riots take place the day of England's opening European Championship against Russia.