Soccer-Five Eintracht Frankfurt fans arrested for public disorder in Seville


(Reuters) - Five Eintracht Frankfurt fans were arrested in Seville late on Tuesday after some 200 of the German club's supporters attacked Rangers fans on the eve of the Europa League final, Spanish police said.

It was the first violent incident recorded in Seville ahead of Wednesday's game, police said, as southern Spain's largest city braces for the arrival of an expected 150,000 fans of the German and Scottish sides.

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