match classified “at risk”, “anti-hooligan” measures taken by the prefect

This Friday, April 3, the 32nd day of Ligue 1 takes place between Toulouse (TFC) and Montpellier (MHSC). The meeting is classified as “at risk”, as a result, Montpellier supporters are prohibited from traveling.

The matches classified as high risk continue for Toulouse. After the match against OM, the match against Montpellier will also be closely monitored. Thus, the prefecture of Haute-Garonnereferring to the National Division for the Fight against Hooliganism (DNLH), has taken a battery of measures “in order to limit the presence of Montpellier supporters in Toulouse this Friday March 3”, announced the prefect.

This ban is not new for MHSC supporters. They were indeed unable to travel to Marseille last February and to Nantes in October 2023.

Anti-intrusion device and closure of visitor parking

For this Friday evening’s match, the Stadium Security PC is activated in the presence of security and emergency services. A crisis unit is also open within Toulouse Métropole with the aim of preventing any dangerous situation. The TFC implements anti-intrusion and anti-projection devices on the ground with, among other things, the complete closure of the visitor parking lot.

Finally, people claiming to be pailladin supporters are also prohibited from circulating around the Toulousain stadium and in Toulouse. THE city ​​center, Île du Ramier and the Matabiau district are affected by this ban.

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