London have seen no reported incidents of disorder or vandalism linked to the Women’s Euros throughout the tournament, police said.
The Metropolitan Police said only two arrests were made near Wembley Stadium during the final when England triumphed over Germany, but that they were “offences not directly linked to the football game”.
One man was fined for a public order offence, and a second man was released without further action.
The figures were in stark contrast to those for the men’s EURO final in July 2021, where England lost to Italy in a thrilling penalty shootout.
That day, 76 people were arrested in London for game-related offenses, including several for vandalism in Wembley, Leicester Square and Trafalgar Square. Dozens more people were arrested following subsequent police appeals.
Nineteen police officers were injured in ugly scenes as thousands of fans entered the stadium without tickets.
A commissioned review of the July 11, 2021 events said there was a “series of ‘near misses’ that could have resulted in significant injury or even death” and that the scenes at the National Stadium were a “source of national shame”. be.
Dame Louise Casey condemned “drunkenness, drug use, irresponsibility, crime and the abuse of innocent people – including staff, families and disabled ticket holders” by English fans, while the Euro 2020 tournament was also marred by reports of xenophobic attacks against Italians and racial hate crimes against English players .
During the 2022 women’s tournament, London stadiums hosted three group matches, a quarter-final and the final at Wembley, while other clashes took place in other cities across England.
The tournament came amid concerns over reports of a rise in football-related riots and violence across England, prompting new sanctions including club bans on people using firecrackers and flares, trespassing on pitches, using drugs or displaying objects.
But the spectators at the final on Sunday praised the “fantastic” and “family-friendly atmosphere” in the stadium.
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