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Hooligans of FC Berlin with masked faces in match between FC Carl Zeiss Jena and FC Berlin in 1990.
 Local derby matches would usually have the worst trouble in an era when fans did not often travel to other towns and cities, and roughs sometimes attacked the referees and visiting team's players.
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Andrei and his fellow Russian football hooligans flew to France for the Euro 2016 tournament with only one goal in mind: to give England's supporters a good kicking before the World Cup.
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Police said violence between groups of rival football hooligans was the worst they had seen for years.
Brazilian soccer fans dealt with the loss by setting a bus on fire, as Rio dispatched riot police to keep disappointed fans from getting out of control.