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Friday, Jul 19, 2024

Germany Enhances Security for England's 'High-Risk' Euro 2024 Game

Germany is ramping up security for Euro 2024, especially for England's match against Serbia, considered high-risk. Fans will get lower-alcohol beer with no drinking in the stands, and German police expect over 300,000 British fans. British officers will also assist, and strict public order laws will be enforced.
Germany is stepping up security for Euro 2024, particularly for England's high-risk match against Serbia in Gelsenkirchen.

Fans will receive lower-alcohol beer, and no drinking will be allowed in the stands.

UEFA has requested barrier removal, making police vigilance essential.

Chief Inspector Christof Burghardt identified Serbia's hooligans and alcohol-fueled aggression among English fans as concerns.

Ahead of the game, police conducted a test run at a local match, checking fans for weapons and monitoring potential troublemakers.

Over 300,000 British fans are expected, the highest attendance since Euro 2016.

German authorities have warned violators of public order laws of on-the-spot fines.

British police are deploying the largest number of officers since 2016 for intelligence sharing and crowd control.

Around 2,000 banned troublemakers won’t attend.

Security efforts include 22,000 federal police, 16,000 volunteers, and heightened border vigilance.

Drills in Thuringia and police actions against potential Islamist threats in Cologne emphasize preparedness despite global tensions.

Germany aims to prevent a repeat of past riots, with Interior Minister Nancy Faeser affirming robust security measures.
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