He condemned the violence perpetrated by supporters prior to entering the stadium. "It was 20-30 masked men dressed in black who stole all over the Stade de France. All supporters were attacked and targeted in every direction. He explains that there are many people who were robbed of cell phones. This includes grandparents and children. Some people took advantage of the chaos and climbed the gates to gain entry to the interior of the stadium. Social media posts show that individuals entered the stadium without purchasing tickets. The policeman assures that there are "people who have jumped the barriers".
"It was chaotic and we had supporters who were desperate. In 15 years of working at the Stade de France, I have never witnessed so much theft or violence. He continues, "It's been amazing." On the night of final, 105 people were taken into police custody. According to the Ministry of the Interior 39 of these people were taken into custody by police for multiple reasons. These included violence, intrusion into the enclosure and damage to the Stade de France VIP parking lot.
Since the fiasco organizers, authorities and supporters have all been taking responsibility for each other's actions. The attitude of English supporters was criticized by Gerald Darmanin, Interior Minister, and Amelie Oudea–Castera, Sports Minister. She said that the Liverpool club had "left their supporters in the wild."