One man stabbed after QPR and Millwall fans clash

ONE man is believed to have been stabbed after a football match was plagued with violence before, during and after it took place last night.

ONE man is believed to have been stabbed after a football match was plagued with violence before, during and after it took place last night.

Around 11 people were arrested at the match between Queens Park Rangers and Milwall at QPR’s home ground in Loftus Road, Shepherd’s Bush, which ended in a nil-nil draw.

One witness claims the seats were torn up in the away section of the stadium.

The Times understand the alleged offences police arrested fans for range from possessing an offensive weapon, common assault, affray and assaulting police.

QPR Supporters Trust, a fan group for the club, is urging anyone who believes they were unfairly arrested to contact them.