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UEFA May Ban Alcohol at Euro 2024 After Fan Incidents

UEFA May Ban Alcohol at Euro 2024 After Fan Incidents

Enough is enough

UEFA is considering banning alcohol in stadiums for the rest of Euro 2024 after multiple incidents of fans throwing plastic beer cups onto the pitch. The latest incident involved Croatia fans, drawing attention from BBC commentator Jonathan Pearce, who noted the growing problem.

He commented, “Players are experiencing plastic cups being thrown at the pitch, and it’s happening more and more. I was speaking to some Germans yesterday, and they were saying they won’t let it carry on. They will stop people drinking.”

Plastic cups are sold in all Euro 2024 stadiums for a €3 deposit (£2.50). England fans have already faced restrictions once. For their opening group game against Serbia, only low-alcohol lager was served due to the match being classified as ‘high-risk,’ with a limit of two beers per person.

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Credit: Joe

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