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Aston Villa fans ‘attacked by Ajax hooligans’ at train station before Europa Conference League clash in Amsterdam

SHOCKING footage has emerged appearing to show Aston Villa fans being attacked by Ajax hooligans at a train station in Amsterdam.

A small group of Brit supporters were reportedly set upon ahead of their Europa Conference League match on Thursday night.

The footage shows one fan struggling to stand up after seemingly having been knocked to the ground

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The footage shows one fan struggling to stand up after seemingly having been knocked to the groundCredit: X/@VoetbalUltras
A group of men can then be seen swarming another fan and throwing punches

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A group of men can then be seen swarming another fan and throwing punchesCredit: X/@VoetbalUltras
After they knock the second fan to the ground the hooligans begin kicking him

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After they knock the second fan to the ground the hooligans begin kicking himCredit: X/@VoetbalUltras

The footage shows one fan struggling to stand up after appearing to have been knocked to the floor – while several other men can be seen swarming another Villa supporter.

After suffering multiple blows to the head the defenceless fan falls to the ground, while the hooligans continue to kick him.

One of the men then turns around and throws a flying punch at the fan who had only just found his feet.

The footage then ends abruptly and it is currently unclear what ensued afterwards.

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This is not the first time Ajax hooligans have wreaked chaos ahead of a game.

In June 2019, four Ajax thugs were jailed for attacking cops before a Champions League semi-final with Spurs.

The four Dutchmen were caught acting violently on CCTV – in a rampage which left one fan with “life threatening” injuries.

The Dutch gang-of-four were also banned from every UK football ground for six years.

Shocking moment riot police dodge EXPLOSION as Ajax and Marseille fans clash before Europa League match

In September 2023, riot police were met with multiple explosions as they attempted to disperse clashing Ajax and Marseille fans ahead of their Europa League tie.

Riot police got involved in an attempt to separate the two groups, which resulted in them being the target of violence.

Police were forced to dodge an explosion that appeared to be a firework, next to a van they had used to create a barrier between fans.

And, in October, cops were forced to brandish batons in a bid to stop the violent scenes after Brighton and Ajax played a Europa League match.

Shocking video footage emerged showing supporters throwing a mat over a barrier as police shout at them to ‘get back’.

As the crowd got larger, the officers were forced to whip out their batons and one ended up on the ground after being pushed over.

New rules were introduced by the Royal Dutch Football Association (KNVB) earlier last year to tackle the problem of hooliganism.

Stadium bans have become part of the Dutch Association’s methods, and as is the suspension of games – which Ajax fans have forced twice since the new rules came in.

However, football experts have said that there is now a type of anarchy in place, that requires the adoption of more stringent measures.

One Ajax hooligan then throws a flying punch at the fan who just stumbled up from the ground

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One Ajax hooligan then throws a flying punch at the fan who just stumbled up from the groundCredit: X/@VoetbalUltras

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