does Italy have a problem with violence at football matches?
I think yes. Many Europe countries have such problems, for example England. I don’t worry about this because I watch football only online, for example on https://777score.co.uk/ Few times I was in France on the stadium ut all were very good!
Unfortunately yes, and while football related violence is by no means exclusive to Italy, the problem there has been persistent, with violence and mayhem inside stadia an unwanted feature of Italian football in recent years. In 1995 a Genoa fan was stabbed to death before a home game against AC Milan; a supporter was killed by a homemade bomb during the Sicilian derby in 2001 and Napoli was forced to play five matches behind closed doors in 2003 after a match where 30 police officers were injured an a fan fell from the terraces. Matters seemed to have come to a head nine months ago with the death of Raciti. Did they try and stamp down on violence after that? Yes, new measures to try and curb violence inside stadia were introduced including the banning of offensive banners at matches, numbered ticketing, extensive searches of fans entering grounds and bans placed on known violent supporters. The violence at the weekend might seem to fly in the face of a report released last month that v