Clashes Naples, three-year-old ‘Daspo’ for 5 German Eintracht fans

The investigations carried out by Digos led to the identification of the five

The Quaestor of Naples has adopted five provisions prohibiting access to sporting events ‘Daspo’, lasting of three yearsagainst the same number German fans, between 21 and 38 years oldfor having participated on March 15th, before the Napoli-Eintracht Champions League football match at the Maradona stadium, in an unauthorized procession, endangering public safety and creating disturbances for public order.

In particular, between 14 and 15 March, around 500 German fans reached Naples without the ticket for access to the stadium; on the morning of the 15th, after meeting outside the Hotel Royal Continental, about 350 fans crossed the city in procession and then reached Piazza del Gesù, constantly monitored by the forces of order. Shortly afterwards, about 200 Neapolitan fans, many of whom were misrepresented and armed with sticks, bottles and other blunt objects, headed towards the same square and reached Calata Trinità Maggiore, exploding firecrackers and throwing smoke bombs towards the police vehicles, provoking the reaction of the German fans who, in turn, threw dangerous material at the operators who they then attacked.

The investigations carried out by Digos, with the support of the images recorded by the operators of the Interregional Cabinet of Scientific Police, led to the identification of the five, and will continue in the coming days.