Previous
Real Madrid
Tottenham Hotspur
1
1
FT
Game Details
Manchester City
Napoli
2
1
FT
Game Details
NK Maribor
Liverpool
0
7
FT
Game Details
Apoel Nicosia
Borussia Dortmund
1
1
FT
Game Details
Feyenoord Rotterdam
Shakhtar Donetsk
1
2
FT
Game Details
Spartak Moscow
Sevilla FC
5
1
FT
Game Details
RB Leipzig
FC Porto
3
2
FT
Game Details
AS Monaco
Besiktas
1
2
FT
Game Details
France U17
Spain U17
1
2
FT
Game Details
Iran U17
Mexico U17
2
1
FT
Game Details
England U17
Japan U17
(5) 0
(3) 0
FT-Pens
England U17 wins 5-3 on Penalty Kicks.
Game Details
Mali U17
Iraq U17
5
1
FT
Game Details
Next

Time to drop Granit Xhaka?

Arsenal
Read

Police lose case against Leeds United

West Yorkshire Police has been forced to repay Leeds United around £1 million after it lost its appeal case regarding the costs of policing matches at Elland Road stadium.

The force will pay the amount, which covers three year's worth of policing fees, after the Court of Appeal in London rejected its claim that the club was responsible for paying for policing streets and car parks near the ground. The force was seeking to overturn a previous court ruling.

The lawyer representing West Yorkshire Police argued that the area outside the stadium did not need policing on non-match-days, with the exception of one community support officer.

However, the Master of the Rolls Lord Dyson said: "The policing of the extended footprint on match-days is provided in order to maintain law and order and protect life and property in a public place.

"None of the arguments advanced on behalf of West Yorkshire Police persuades me that the law and order services provided by them in the extended footprint are different in principle from the law and order services that they provide in any other public place."

The £1 million fee was agreed on after the court heard that it cost the force around £350,000 a season to provide policing for match days.

Comments

Use a Facebook account to add a comment, subject to Facebook's Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. Your Facebook name, photo & other personal information you make public on Facebook will appear with your comment, and may be used on ESPN's media platforms. Learn more.