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UEL: The support during the final
The Europa League final drew thousands of fans to Budapest. A portion of Roma supporters arrived in the Hungarian capital a day before the match and spent the entire night drinking in local bars.
On the match day, the remaining fans from both teams, along with guests from other clubs, arrived at the venue.
At one moment, a small group comprising no more than 10 individuals from Śląsk and Ferencvaros managed to breach the Sevilla fan zone, launching an attack on the Spanish supporters before the police intervened. Eventually, seven of them were apprehended by law enforcement authorities. Three fans sustained injuries, prompting the dispatch of an ambulance for further medical assistance—one of them Spanish, while the other was an Italian fan hailing from Modena and affiliated with Sevilla.
During Roma's corteo towards the stadium, it passed in close proximity to the Sevilla fans. There were no clashes, primarily due to the increased police presence, although there were instances of pyrotechnics and other objects being thrown.
Both Sevilla and Roma displayed tifos at the start of the match. The Roma fans conveyed the message "Children of the wolf," while Sevilla displayed "Imperium Nostrum." The Roma ultras also ignited some pyrotechnic devices as part of their display.
Before the match:
Injured Sevilla fan and detained Śląsk
Panathinaikos, friends of Roma, were present too.
Roma with stolen Sevilla banner
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