NYON: European football federation UEFA is understood to be holding on Monday its formal disciplinary hearing into the crowd trouble around the Euro 2020 final between England and Italy at Wembley.

The Football Association risks being ordered to play one or more home games behind closed doors because of the trouble during which hooligans forced their way into the stadium and fought with stewards and police.

Many even sat in the area reserved for players’ relatives.

Uefa are likely to focus on whether the FA’s security measures for the game were adequate.

Further trouble erupted among visiting fans on Tuesday in the early minutes of England’s 1-1 World Cup qualifying draw with Hungary.

World federation FIFA has opened its own disciplinary inquiry into both this case and the Albania-Poland tie in Tirana which was halted for 20 minutes after missiles were thrown at Polish players.