The supporters of Olympique Marseille are not allowed to buy tickets for the match against Lazio Roma in the Stadio Olimpico on november 8. That confirmed the Italian club on Saturday in a communiqué. The decision is a result of the skirmishes that took place during the first leg in Marseille on 25 October, when both supporterszijden injured and the police had to intervene with tear gas.
A statement on the website of the Roman club made mention of “an absolute sales ban of tickets to persons who are in France to stay”. The online and telephone ticket sales was restricted to any circumvention of that measure to prevent it.
Lazio did that the decision was taken by the national observatory for sporting events, a branch of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, that a repetition was afraid of the skirmishes during the first leg in group H of the Europa League, in Marseille on 25 October last. At that time, in both supporterskampen injured and the police had to intervene with tear gas to the crowd to disperse. Five persons were for the Stade Vélodrome arrested.
For the second leg in Rome will be strict rules applied what the ticketaankoop, with a maximum of four tickets per person. Each holder of an also need a photo id to present.
Marseille, last season’s finalist, lost the first leg in your own home with 1-3.