Hooliganism

Despite claims that the Games will be free of hooliganism, clashes between fans of rival national teams remain a possibility, influenced by global political developments. A strong police presence aims to deter violence and respond quickly, but sudden confrontations could still occur, risking harm to bystanders.

To prevent alcohol-fueled crimes, authorities plan to ban liquor at competition venues. Security perimeters will be set up around these venues to ensure safety.

Exercise caution around large groups of fans and major transport hubs. Avoid unruly crowds, as police may use baton charges, tear gas, and arrests to manage hooliganism. Seek shelter if unrest arises.

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