Police on Wednesday raided houses throughout cities in western Germany as a part of their probe into violence at Cologne and Good’s Europa Convention League sport in southern France.
Flats and homes in Cologne, Huerth, Pulheim and Bergisch Gladbach had been searched within the operation, police mentioned in an announcement.
The clashes that broke out on the sport in Good on September 8.
One fan was left in a essential situation and dozens of others injured.
An hour earlier than the scheduled kick-off of the match, a number of hundred hooded followers within the Cologne colors had invaded the Good stands.
Clashes erupted, with followers armed with chairs or iron bars torn from the stadium.
Cologne president Werner Wolf mentioned the membership would “do all the pieces in our energy to clear up what occurred and go along with full consequence in opposition to those that selected violence.”