PSG Ultras thrown out of Chelsea Women's match after being caught with knives, knuckledusters and drugs

PSG Ultras thrown out of Chelsea Women's match after being caught with knives, knuckledusters and drugs

March 21, 2019

PSG ULTRA brought knuckledusters, a box of knives and drugs to their side's women's Champions League clash against Chelsea.

The police managed to confiscate the items before the game kicked off at the Cherry Red Records Stadium in London tonight.

SunSport has contacted the Metropolitan Police, who have yet to confirm if any arrests were made.

The hooligans, who are banned from all men's and youth games involving the French club, had allegedly earlier damaged a door at the stadium on arrival.

They also allegedly sprayed graffiti around the ground, also known as Kingsmeadow.

According to BBC Radio 5Live reporter Jacqui Oatley, 45 police officers were forced to deal with a coach load of fans ahead of the Champions League clash.

BOX OF KNIVES FOUND

She reported that a knuckleduster, a box of knives and drugs were discovered on the vehicle.

The fans also caused damage to the ground earlier in the day before heading into town.

The incident will come as a bitter blow to the women's game, and a sad continuation of trouble between the two clubs.

Back in 2015, Chelsea fans were caught on video pushing a black man off a Paris metro train before their men's Champions League game against the French giants.

SunSport has contacted the Met Police for comment.

One interested spectator at the game is Chelsea's star defender David Luiz, who SunSport reported has recently got engaged.

He posted a video onto social media of him on the pitch, with a message of support for the Chelsea Women.

He said: "Good luck girls tonight, and we are going to be here supporting you guys because it's going to be a great night."

The 50 PSG ultras who arrived at Kingsmeadow at 8am have had their tickets confiscated and won’t be coming into this women’s match pic.twitter.com/PMSKifMkzw

This is the coach of PSG supporters being sent back to France. I’m told there were weapons – knuckle duster and knives – plus drugs on board. They damaged Chelsea’s Kingsmeadow ground this morning before returning later. Banned from PSG men’s and youth games but not women’s. pic.twitter.com/5u1IdTvUTm

[email protected]_4 is here! ?

Thanks for coming and showing your support! #CHEPSG pic.twitter.com/t8PP3oBd1Q

It's Chelsea v PSG, so naturally @DavidLuiz_4 is in the house? #UWCL pic.twitter.com/y5MXrffBQm


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