Three people were injured in a fight between fans hours before the Europa League final, which will be played this Wednesday (31), between Sevilla e Romain Budapest (Hungary), at 4 pm (from Brasilia).
The incident began in the early afternoon on the streets of the Hungarian capital. According to local police, “a Spaniard and a Swede were taken to a hospital for further care”. Furthermore, “an inquiry was opened for ‘hooliganism'” and seven Poles were detained.
15,000 fans from each team are expected in the stands at Puskás Arena, which has a capacity for 68,000 spectators.
Six times champion of the tournament, Sevilla is looking for another title against Roma, who last year lifted their first continental trophy by winning the Conference League, the third European club competition.
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