A justice in Warsaw will reason hearings on Tuesday on a interest by 3 Russian football fans jailed in Poland on charges of hooliganism during Euro 2012, a Russian Embassy in Poland said.
At slightest 162 Poles and 25 Russians were arrested after Polish hooligans pounded several thousand Russian supporters marching to applaud a inhabitant holiday before a dual sides played out a 1-1 pull on Jun 12.
Only 3 Russian fans, who perceived adult to three-month jail terms following a clashes, sojourn in custody.
The Russian Football Union was fined a sum of €215,000 for fan hooliganism after 3 organisation games that finished with Russia’s rejecting from a tournament.
Russia was fined €120,000 and given a dangling six-point reduction for a subsequent gift contest when some fans assaulted Polish stewards, reportedly withdrawal 4 requiring sanatorium diagnosis after a diversion opposite a Czech Republic on Jun 8.
The pyrotechnics use, unlawful banners and representation advance of Russian fans during a second organisation compare opposite co-hosting Poland in Warsaw on Jun 12 resulted in a €30,000 penalty.
The third fine, that was put during €35,000, was released for bootleg banners and flares during a 1-0 better to Greece that separated Russia from a contest on Jun 16.
Over 100 Russian fans were temporarily incarcerated during a tournament.