Kent Police have trained spotters at major ports, airports and terminals to ensure known hooligans don't get to matches and are being extra vigilant after this week's foreign office warning of the terrorist threat.
Sarah Saunders reports from the Eurotunnel at Folkestone.
There is a waiting time of up to six hours and 30 minutes to the Freight Eurotunnel service at Folkestone, and severe delays on the rest of the line due to an earlier broken down train and an earlier technical fault in the Tunnel which has now been resolved.
Passengers are facing a 90 minute wait for Check In and a further 5 hour wait on the Channel Tunnel Terminal.
On its website Eurostar said that its trains were currently delayed due to infrastructure problems in the Channel Tunnel.
There is a waiting time of up to five hours to passenger Eurotunnel services at Folkestone due to a train stopped in the tunnel earlier and power supply issues.
There is a waiting time of approximately 5 hours on the Channel Tunnel Terminal after a train stopped in the tunnel earlier and a new power supply problem.
There are waiting times of up to two hours and 30 minutes to the passenger Eurotunnel service at Folkestone due to a train that stopped in the tunnel earlier. There is a waiting time of approximately 30 minutes before check in and 2 hours on the terminal.
Waiting time of up to two hours and 30 minutes to Freight Eurotunnel service at Folkestone due to earlier technical fault in the Tunnel which has now been resolved.
The Eurotunnel timetable is currently disrupted due to 'migrant activity'. At Folkestone, there are two-hour delays. The estimated waiting time before check-in at Calais is three hours. At Dover, Operation Stack is in place. At Calais there is a four-hour delay before P&O check-in.
Eurotunnel is due to announce its latest income and passenger figures this morning. Last year the company's profits almost doubled, driven partly by the UK's improved economy, The firm will reveal its revenue and traffic figures for the third quarter of 2015.
Reports that a death in the Channel Tunnel has caused today's delays. More later.