Police have released pictures of 10 people being sought in connection with the violence and disorder in the final euro 2020 Tournament.
Detectives who issued the appeal said they believed those who were pictured had “questions to answer”.
Ugly scenes influenced the making of the Italy v England game wembley on 11 July.
Drunken England fans threw cans and bottles at each other, urinated in the streets and threatened Italian supporters. Some people without tickets stormed the stadium so that they could watch the game.
In a statement released a week after the violence, Metropolitan Police He added that anyone in the photos – or anyone who can identify them – should contact authorities immediately.
Detective Sergeant Matt Simpson of the force’s public order crime team said: “Following scenes of disorder at both Wembley Stadium and central London, we made a commitment that those responsible will face the consequences.
“Today’s action is being taken to help identify people we think have questions to answer. If you know who they are, we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.” urge to do.
“This investigation is in its early stages and I have no doubt that further appeals and arrests will follow.
“We continue to support police action across the UK to identify those responsible for racist and offensive comments posted on social media.”
The Met said on Friday that two men, aged 18, were arrested on suspicion of stealing items, prompting ticketless fans to take to the field on the night of the final.
Meanwhile, former Met deputy assistant commissioner Andy Trotter has described the scenes as “a stain on our nation’s reputation”. Current Deputy Assistant Commissioner Jane Connors said the final could have been abandoned if police had not acted.
Racial abuse of some England players after the match also affected its outcome, prompting the government to announce a change in guidance to issue a Football Ban Order (FBO) to cover online racism.
Since the final, five people have been arrested over their alleged social media posts.