Feb. 9 – Government postpones Egyptian Premier League after at least 30 fans were killed in football violence at a Cairo stadium on Sunday. Mark Bisson reports.
May 12 – At least 15 people have been killed and 24 injured in a stampede at a Congolese football match in Kinshasa.
March 15 – The head of the Egyptian Professional Footballers’ Association believes fans use of “social media” played a key role in triggering the football violence at Port Said that claimed the lives of 74 people. INSIDER’s Christian Radnedge reports from the International Sport Security Conference in Doha.
22/12/09 Football-related arrests for violence in England and Wales fell last season… Launch of official match ball for African Cup of Nations in Angola… U.S. Soccer renews partnership with Prozone.