England given one match stadium ban and FA fined €100k for Euro 2020 Wembley chaos

Fans breach security and rush past stewards at the Euro 2020 final

England's men's football team must play their next home match behind closed doors and the FA has been fined €100,000 (£84,500) after fans breached Wembley stadium during the Euro 2020 final.

A second game home ban is suspended for two years.

UEFA said they had taken action after "the lack of order and discipline inside and around the stadium."The ruling was made by UEFA who organises the Euros and only applies to games relating to their competitions.

The next UEFA game isn't until June next year in the Nations League.

The Metropolitan Police reported on July 14 that there had been 51 arrests connected to the final – 26 of those were arrested while policing events in Wembley, with 25 arrests following events in central London.

Wembley security cordons were breached by ticketless individuals, and disability access charity Level Playing Field said some of these individuals made their way into disabled viewing areas, creating a “frightening experience” for disabled supporters with legitimate tickets.

Deputy Assistant Commissioner Jane Connors said at the time her officers had become "overwhelmed" by the large numbers of ticketless fans trying to force their way in.

Nineteen officers were injured during the course of the policing operation.

Several fans were also injured including England player Harry Maguire's father who suffered two suspected cracked ribs after being involved in a "stampede."

Fans tear down barricades as they breach security and enter Wembley

A spokesperson for the FA said: “Although we are disappointed with the verdict, we acknowledge the outcome of this UEFA decision.

“We condemn the terrible behaviour of the individuals who caused the disgraceful scenes in and around Wembley Stadium at the EURO 2020 final, and we deeply regret that some of them were able to enter the stadium.

“We are determined that this can never be repeated, so we have commissioned an independent review, led by Baroness Casey, to report on the circumstances involved.

"We continue to work with the relevant authorities in support of their efforts to take action against those responsible and hold them to account."