Buses will be diverted away from an area of Birmingham city centre on the evening of England's World Cup semi-final match against Croatia.
National Express said it had taken the step in a bid to protect its buses and drivers.
Its services will be diverted away from the city's Broad Street from 8pm on Wednesday (July 11) - and its buses may avoid other areas of the city "if situations develop".
A spokesperson for the National Express said the company was in close contact with West Midlands Police.
The action and advice comes after a taxi was put off the road in Nottingham city centre following England’s World Cup quarter-final win over Sweden.
Footage posted on social media showed several fans climbing on to the private hire vehicle – smashing the windscreen and sunroof – in Old Market Square last Saturday (July 7).