The Italian football federation (FIGC) has a survey open to a flyer created by the Ultras of Lazio Rome was circulated with the call to women to let in a part of the Olympic Stadium. That has the FIGC on Tuesday confirmed to the BBC.
For the first race of the season, Saturday against Napoli (1-2), was a pamphlet around with the message that the front part of the Curva Nord, a “holy place” is where women are not wanted. The first ten rows should be according to the Ultras reserved to men.
Lazio took away from the flyer and put known to be “against any form of discrimination”. “We knew nothing of, it was an initiative of some of the Curva Nord fans,” said Lazio spokesman Arturo Diaconal to Italian media. “We can’t always intervene to politically incorrect actions such as this to prevent it.”
At the bottom of the flyer is “Il Direttivo Diabolik Pluto”. Diabolik is one of the leaders of the Irriducibili, a hard supporterskern of Lazio. Monday, reported the Italian news agency ANSA that the persons responsible for the pamphlet by the police are identified and can be prosecuted for sexual discrimination.