UK police: No lessons learned after 2022 CL final

UK police say lessons haven't been learned following the mistreatment of Liverpool supporters during the 2022 Champions League final in Paris, and that it is still "not unusual" for fans of English clubs to raise concerns about their safety and treatment while following their club in Europe.

A new police survey, seen by Sky Sports News, has analysed supporters' experiences from all English clubs involved in European competition since the 2020/21 season.

Official supporters groups at Manchester City, Manchester United, Liverpool, Chelsea, Arsenal, Newcastle, Aston Villa, Leicester and Brighton all contributed to the police study.

Those supporter testimonies - centred around the three pillars of "safety, security and service" - have been corroborated by the Dedicated Football Officers who have travelled alongside the fans.

The survey showed there were still problems around safety and police treatment highlighted by supporters of English clubs at a number of venues in France, and also in Italy and Greece. Transport provision seems to have been the biggest problem in Turkey.

By contrast, supporter experiences in Germany were generally very positive.