On Saturday, several fans got into a fight before the Debrecen – Fehérvár Hungarian National League match, and the police had to intervene.
There was a huge brawl in Debrecen before the Loki-Fehérvár match, with Greek fire and firecrackers being set off – reports Debrecen Nap. About 120 people were fighting in Debrecen, presumably football hooligans. Some people saw people running around in black ski masks and vandals throwing firecrackers under cars.
The police issued a statement on the incident:
“A report was received by the police on 2 October 2021 at around 18:45 that several persons were fighting at the intersection of Kartács Street and Doberdó Street in Debrecen. Following the report, uniformed officers immediately went to the scene and arrested 15 supporters in connection with the fight. The identification and search for further perpetrators is ongoing.
The Criminal Investigation Department of the Debrecen Police Department has initiated proceedings on suspicion of the crime of group aggravated assault.”
The clash lasted for 2 minutes.
The incident reportedly ended with the home fans running.
Loki received a fine from the disciplinary committee of the Hungarian Football Association (MLSZ) last week for repeated disorderly conduct of its fans.
The football match between Loki and Vidi was very enjoyable and the final result was a draw. The internationally renowned Dzsuzsák was very tense and received a red card after some harsh fouls.