Eight were on Thursday evening arrested after the disturbances in connection with a football match between FCK and Malmo FF.
All eight people on Thursday night was arrested in connection with the riots at the football match between FC Copenhagen and Malmo FF are released.
Earlier on Friday informed the police that a man would be manufactured in the grundlovsforhør, charged with violence against an official. But the man is later been released without being brought to a judge.
Both before and after the match there were riots, in which a total of eight fans from both FCK and Malmö FF were arrested.
Five police officers were injured. However, no one seriously.
Before the fight, it was according to police, a group of Malmö FF fans, which went to the attack on the police.
The masked persons threw firecrackers, bottles, stones and bicycles for the police officers, who responded with a tåregasgranat.
After the match threw a group of FCK fans over the police in the Park.
the Supporters would go for some Malmo FF-fans and went to the attack on the police, as it stood in the way.
About midnight, there was again peace in the city.
Malmö FF won the match 1-0, but both teams proceed to the 16.-with their in the Europa League.
/ritzau/Date Of Update: 13 December 2019, 16:00