HOLLAND - ENGLAND
Amsterdam altercations: 100 England hooligans detained
The bad few of the many followers of the England national football team again take the headlines as bottles were thrown at local police ahead of the game.
Amsterdam police said on Friday they had arrested almost 100 England football supporters ahead of a friendly international against the Netherlands.
Trouble in Amsterdam
Numerous videos have been posted online showing crowds packing the narrow streets and bridges in the canal city, singing and cheering.
"The number of arrests of England supporters has now climbed to close to 90," the Amsterdam police said in a tweet.
The men were mainly accused of disrupting public order, the police said.
One video on the Dutch public broadcaster NOS showed police wielding truncheons, and backed by horseback officers, wading into the crowds to restore order in the city's notorious Red Light district.
In another video, fans were seen tossing a bike off a bridge onto a passing canal boat.
The match is being used by England as part of their World Cup build-up, a tournament for which the Dutch failed to qualify.
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