Football fans, as a sign of support for the fans detained after the CSKA – Zenit match on November 28, left the stands en masse during several matches. “Championship” writes about these cases.
According to the newspaper, in the middle of the first half of the match “Spartak” – “Akhmat”, which took place at the capital’s stadium “Otkrytie Arena”, fans of “Spartak” gone from the stands. Lokomotiv fans left stands of Russian Railways Arena in the 20th minute of the team’s game with Ural. Similar entered fans of CSKA Moscow and Krylia Sovetov during a match held in Samara at the Solidarity Arena.
“Championship” notes that during the football match “Rostov” – “Zenith” at the St. Petersburg “Gazprom Arena” the fans of both teams entered the same way.
According to the Telegram channel OFNEWS / Okolofutbola News, fans of the Spartak hockey club also left stands during the match with Traktor at the Chelyabinsk Traktor Arena.
The Telegram channel adds that on December 3, fans of the SKA hockey club in the middle of the team’s meeting with Jokerit at the Ice Palace in St. Petersburg raised CSKA flag as a sign of solidarity with the detained fans.
On November 28, in Moscow, security officials detained more than 400 fans after the CSKA – Zenit match for using pyrotechnics. At the end of the match, which ended with a score of 2: 0 in favor of Zenit, the fans lit fires. Many of them drew up protocols under Art. 20.31 of the Administrative Code of the Russian Federation (gross violation of the rules of behavior of spectators during official sports competitions). The court subsequently fined dozens of fans and banned them from attending sporting events for two years.
CSKA condemned the use of pyrotechnics at the stadium, but stressed that “the innocent should not suffer.”
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