England and Russia were already warned that if the minority of their violent fans get further out of hand, then both countries could face disqualification from Euro 2016.
Despite this, violence rose again between these rival fans in Lille on Wednesday.
Police and emergency services heightened to 4,000 men to control the fighting as England fans clashed with Russians who were following the game against Slovakia.
The bigger incident was in Marseille when a group of England fans clashed with police and locals before 150 Russians made the entire incident much worse with serious injuries.
English fans have been criticized for their poor taste of singing lyrics that lacks respect.
“We’re England and Wales, f**k off Russia, we’re England and Wales!” is one chant.
Earlier this week England manager Roy Hodgson warned the team’s supporters that they need to behave and avoid disqualification.
“As the England manager I am obviously now very concerned about the threat that is hanging over us and the sanction that could possibly be imposed upon the England team,” said Hodgson.
“We worked very hard to get here and we want to stay in the competition.
“I’m appealing therefore to all of our fans, and we appreciated your support at the matches of course, but I’m appealing to you to stay out of trouble to try and make certain these threats that are being issued are never carried out and we will be able to do the best we can to stay in the competition.”