Eintracht Frankfurt rioters released after three weeks in Naples


Three weeks ago, violent riots broke out before the start of the Champions League match between Napoli and Eintracht Frankfurt. Three supporters of the German club were then put in jail. The trio had to appear before the court in Naples on Wednesday evening and were allowed to return to Germany afterwards. This is reported by the Ansa news agency.


Riots broke out in central Naples on March 15, with rioting Frankfurt fans clashing with supporters of their supporters as well as police officers. Three of them were arrested and remanded in custody.

The Germans are now allowed to return to their home country, but are expected in Naples for the court hearing of the case. They are also prohibited from staying in the Campania region for the time being. According to Ansa, the trio’s lawyer had asked for their release from prison and advocated house arrest in Italy or Germany.

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