Cambuur supporters are not allowed to be present at the PSV-SC Cambuur match on Sunday 12 March. Mayor Dijsselbloem of Eindhoven announced this on Wednesday.
The police in the north of the Netherlands previously decided not to accompany supporters of FC Groningen and SC Cambuur to away games for the time being. Hooligans from those clubs have been threatening and intimidating agents from their region for a long time. Police officers also suffer from this in their private time.
With his decision, Dijsselbloem follows the advice of the National Police not to allow supporters of these two clubs to away games. “I do not want to receive supporters in Eindhoven who misbehave in such a way that police officers can no longer do their job. As long as this situation in the Northern Netherlands is not resolved, we will not receive supporters of these clubs in our city,” the mayor said in a statement. know.
The measure fits in with the intention previously announced by the mayor to reduce police deployment around football matches. In this way, Eindhoven and the surrounding area want to make police officers more available again for their regular police work in the neighbourhoods.