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No More Beer at Croatian Football League Matches

CroatiaThere will be no more away fans at Croatian football league matches, unless the away club applies at least 24 hours in advance and registers travelling fans details (name, id number ect), for which the home club will issue coupons to the away fans.  

That is just one of the new measures the Croatian FA have introduced in their fight against hooliganism. The Croatian FA have bought in new measures after crowd trouble at the recent Rijeka v Hajduk Split football match, and say that the new measures will come into effect immediately. Apart from the new strict away fans rule, alcoholic drinks have been completely banned from all stadiums.

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