++UKRAINE BRAWL
AP-APTN-2330: ++UKRAINE BRAWL Friday, 8 June 2012 STORY:++UKRAINE BRAWL- BRAWL BREAKS OUT NEXT TO PUBLIC VIEWING AREA LENGTH: 00:49 FIRST RUN: 2330 RESTRICTIONS: AP CLIENTS ONLY TYPE: Natsound SOURCE: AP TELEVISION STORY NUMBER: 745028 DATELINE: LVIV - 8 JUNE 2012 LENGTH: 00:49 ++NIGHT SHOTS++ SHOTLIST 1. Wide of a brawl between fans, police moving in to clear them away 2. Wide of officers wrestling brawlers to the ground 3. Police pushing fans away STORYLINE: Ukrainian police moved quickly to clear a brawl which broke out on the edge of Lviv's public viewing area late on Friday night. The punches flew in the Ukrainian city as a few Russian fans celebrated the victory of their football team in a match earlier in the evening. Russia had beaten the Czech Republic 4-1 in a game in the Polish city of Wroclaw. Ukraine and Poland are joint hosts of the 2012 European Football Championship. It was unclear what started the brawl, but one of those involved was wearing a Ukrainian national team t-shirt. Seconds after the punch-up started, police officers moved in and pushed all of those involved away. No arrests appear to have been made and nobody involved in the brawl was seriously hurt. Clients are reminded: (i) to check the terms of their licence agreements for use of content outside news programming and that further advice and assistance can be obtained from the AP Archive on: Tel +44 (0) 20 7482 7482 Email: infoaparchive.com (ii) they should check with the applicable collecting society in their Territory regarding the clearance of any sound recording or performance included within the AP Television News service (iii) they have editorial responsibility for the use of all and any content included within the AP Television News service and for libel, privacy, compliance and third party rights applicable to their Territory. APTN (Copyright 2012 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.) AP-NY-06-08-12 2028EDT
MUSICAL SHORTS
THE COLLEGIANS - ON THE CAMPUS (1941) FOOTAGE OF COLLEGE FOOTBALL FANS ON CROWDED FIELD & FIGHTING. HAVING A BRAWL. (*same as VM-1225*)
Greg’s Team of February 15, 2024 (EDG).
L'Equipe
WEMBLEY - LEAGUE CUP FINAL (aka LEEDS BEAT ARSENAL 1-0 IN LEAGUE FINAL)
No title. Football League Cup Final: Leeds beat Arsenal 1-0 at Wembley Stadium, London. <br/> <br/>Arsenal kick off in the League Cup Final at Wembley and start an attack. Various shots of match. Cooper scores goal for Leeds, pan with Cooper as team-mates congratulate him, Arsenal players seen arguing with referee Les Hamer's decision to allow the goal. Repeat of the goal from a closer position: the ball comes in from the corner, Leeds centre forward Madeley jumps at Arsenel keeper Furnell knocking him down. Stop motion shows the incident. Stop motion ends then the scene continues as Furnell sprawls on the ground and the goal is scored. L/S scoreboard showing 1-0 to Leeds. More shots of match, there is a tense atmosphere between the teams. There is a scuffle between Leeds' goalie Sprake and Arsenal's McLintock, escalates into brawl involving several players, the ref separates them. <br/> <br/>L/S crowd at half time. Various shots match in second half. Bremner attempts second Leeds goal and almost knocks down Furnell - a second fight comes close to erupting. More shots match. L/S referee Hamer blowing the whistle for full time. L/S Leeds fans cheering. Panning shot Leeds players holding up cup and running around the pitch. M/S police stopping overexcited fan invading pitch. M/S Bremner being lifted onto his team-mates shoulder, he holds up the cup. <br/> <br/>Arsenal include: Jim Furnell, Frank McLintock, Ian Ure, Jon Sammels. <br/> <br/>Leeds include: Sprake, Billy Bremner, Paul Madeley, Terry Cooper, Gary Sprake, Jackie Charlton. <br/> <br/> <br/> <br/> <br/>
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1965 UNIVERSAL NEWSREEL 11
OHIO BUCKEYES DERAIL MICHIGAN - 1955
It's the upset of the week as Ohio State's Buckeyes derail Michigan's "Rose Bowl Express," in a hard-fought, action-filled grid thriller. Tempers flare between the players and the fans as the Ohio Buckeyes win the game 17-0 - the first Ohio State victory over Michigan since 1937.
2000s NEWS
NEWSFEED: 11/14/06 SMALL NEWS STORIES, PARENTS FIGHT LITTLE LEAGUE, ELDERLY IN NEED OF HELP AFTER KATRINA, PAPARAZZI AFTER TOM CRUISE ;MN JAMES TWINS stills newborn Siamese twins. SOUTH AFRICA SAME SEX MARRIAGE S.African parliament, gay activist at desk ;CA AERIALS FIVE ACRES Aerial smoke rising from forest, people battling minor forest fire ;NY EMERGENCY LANDING Aerial small plane in green field, police look at the propeller ('A news helicopter! Look busy!'); DC STUDY GROUP MEETS various important looking people walking thru parking lot. NV JACKPOT WEDDING couple being married in casino ;SD DUMB DRUNK accident aftermath - damaged police car. IRAQ SUICIDE CAR BOMB NX onlookers around wreck, firefighters hosing ;NX men carrying stretcher, little boy with bandaged head, wounded in hospital. FIRST CASINO IN PA dedication speech Zombie-like crowd slowly entering bldg, Int casino. TX IMMIGRATION NX protest and counter-protest shouting ;People cheering city council or something. OH CAGED KIDS JURY SELECTION defendants? enter courthouse ;PA DEER BREAKS INTO BANK deer flees thru broken window, deer in hallway having standoff with cameraman ;STOLEN GOYA PAINTING the Guggenheim, painting. OH GOV ELECT STRICKLAND speaking ;IN SMALL PLANE CRASH looks like a crime scene in a misty field. OH OSU/UM GAME SECURITY press conf, Aerial coliseum ;NX security guards coming off bus, drive-by row of police cars on street, fans milling around, police officers standing on corner; TX FOOTBALL BRAWL pee-wee football game at which these ridiculous parents start a big fight, ha! More follows... ;11/15/1969 VIETNAM WAR PROTEST NX protest march a good distance from the Capitol ;11/15/1988 INDEPENDENT PALESTINE men applauding at rally, Arafat salutes, brass band plays, men raise Palestinian flag ;NO TITLE press conf outside Capitol. Bush press conf by that fireplace on petroleum industry ;LA ELDERLY NEED TRAILER trial scene, man holding a rather large piece of evidence. Nothing to do with a trailer ;LA ELDERLY NEED TRAILER person sitting on porch of old house (marked by Katrina rescue workers), makeshift beds ;TX TEEN ASSAULTED TRIAL that trial scene, man holding boot (red laces: skinheads!). TX THIN MEN teens throw frisbees ;WA FLOODING Aerial hwy washed out by river, drive-by construction vehicles along hwy, undermined road; UT SKI SEASON PREPS workers preparing ski resort, man grinding down snowboard, snowplow ;PHOTOGS STAKE OUT CRUISE HOTEL paparazzi lurking around entrance to hotel, pointing cameras up at windows ;BOND Hollywood movie actors arriving at premier, interview
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UNIVERSAL NEWSREEL OPENING TITLE
Colombia Brawl - 24 people injured in fight between rival football supporters
NAME: COL BRAWL 20070611I TAPE: EF07/0693 IN_TIME: 10:11:45:10 DURATION: 00:01:53:17 SOURCES: RCN DATELINE: Neiva - 10/11 June 2007 RESTRICTIONS: No Access Colombia SHOTLIST June 10, 2007 1. Football players running onto field ahead of match 2. Fan cheering 3. Various shots of fans fighting with riot police 4. Injured fan being helped by riot police onto a stretcher June 11, 2007 5. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Antonio Correa, Doctor: "Eighteen injured and most of them presented wounds caused by sharp objects." June 10, 2007 6. Various shots of fans cheering in stadium June 11, 2007 7. SOUNDBITE (Spanish) Antonio Correa, Doctor: "There are some other people who present wounds in their abdomen, but most of them suffered wounds in their thorax because of the sharp objects." 8. Exterior of hospital STORYLINE: At least 24 people were injured after a brawl erupted during a football match in northwestern Colombia on Sunday. Riot police intervened when fans supporting opposing teams clashed in the stands in Neiva, 150 miles (241 kilometres) southwest of the capital, Bogota. The fight erupted minutes after Atletico Huila scored 2 goals against Millonarios during the semi-final match of the Apertura tournament at the Plazas Alcid stadium. "Eighteen injured and most of them presented wounds caused by sharp objects," said doctor Antonio Correa, who treated the injured at a local hospital. Atletico Huila, have never won the Apertura tournament, subsequently beat Millonarios to qualify for the final. Argentine Marcelo Torres and Freddy Montero scored for the provincial side against the 13-times former champions.
Greg’s Team of May 15, 2023 (EDG).
L'Equipe
FOOTBALL FANS BRAWL (1993)
NOT ALL OF THE FIGHTING WAS DONE ON THE FIELD THURSDAY NIGHT AT THE SYRACUSE/EAST CAROLINA FOOTBALL GAME IN GREENVILLE, NC... FANS BEGAN BRAWLING IN THE FIRST HALF... BY THE WAY, SYRACUSE LEADS AT THE HALF 21-17...
STADIUM BRAWL (12/05/1995)
SUPER The Silverdome/Pontiac, Mi/Last Night SUPER: Voice of John Yinger/Taped the Home Video SUPER: Lon Britton/Pontiac Police Dept.
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Universal Newsreels
S Coupe de France match: Wasquehal - Reims
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Colombia Brawl - Brawl at football match leaves 80 injured
NAME: COL BRAWL 20080309Ix TAPE: EF08/0267 IN_TIME: 10:55:14:16 DURATION: 00:02:02:05 SOURCES: RCN DATELINE: Cali, 8 Mar 2008 RESTRICTIONS: No Access Colombia SHOTLIST ++NIGHT SHOTS++ 1. Wide of football stadium 2. Mid of America de Cali coach Diego Edison Umana punching Deportivo Cali coach Daniel Carreno coach in the face, coach falls down then gets up and starts after man before being restrained by people 3. Mid shot of Carreno being pulled away as scuffle breaks out in background 4. Wide of stadium 5. Carreno breaking free and running into locker rooms 6. Wide of fans fighting in the stands 7. Mid of fans trying to break through gate in fence 8. Fans opening gate as police officers try to stop them 9. Fans trying to break gate off its hinges 10. Mid shot of fans fighting in the stands 11. Mid shot of police trying to calm down players and referee 12. SOUNDBITE (Spanish) Rafael Romero, Fan: "To me it is regrettable what the vandals from the South are doing. They are ruining this event." 13. Various of fans fighting while riot police try to stop them 14. Various of medical personnel assisting injured 15. SOUNDBITE (Spanish) Augusto Figueroa, Fan: "This is the referee's fault. This is what happens when a referee does not do a good job." 16. Ambulance driving down street STORYLINE A football stadium brawl between fans of two hometown rival teams left at least 80 people injured, 10 seriously, in the Colombian city of Cali late on Saturday, a Red Cross official said. Clashes broke out between backers of Deportivo Cali and America de Cali in the 82nd minute of the match and spread onto the field and around the Pascual Guerrero stadium. Brawlers lit flares and police fired tear gas to try to control the crowds. At least 80 people were injured, including three officers who were wounded by members of America's "Red Baron" fan club, the Red Cross said. Several people who suffered stab wounds and other injuries were treated on the pitch and then taken to a hospital. A pregnant woman was among the wounded, the Red Cross director told Colombian broadcasters. "To me it is regrettable what the vandals from the South are doing. They are ruining this event," said Rafael Romero, a fan. The violence erupted after America protested referee Wilman Roldan's decision not to call a penalty kick against Cali. "This is the referee's fault. This is what happens when a referee does not do a good job," said Augusto Figueroa, another fan outside the stadium. Players traded blows and America coach Diego Edison Umana also got into the fray, punching his Cali counterpart Daniel Carreno. The chaos led Roldan to whistle an early end to the match, which Deportivo won 1-0 on a goal from defender Freddy Hurtado.
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL BRAWL
FANS OF TWO RIVALRY HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL TEAMS END UP IN BRAWL AFTER THE GAME ENDS.
Euro2008 Swiss Turk Reax 3 - WRAP Arrests as Turkey beats Switz 2-1, reax from fan zone ADDS arrest
NAME: E2008 ST REAX3 20080611I TAPE: EF08/0611 IN_TIME: 11:05:21:00 DURATION: 00:02:58:13 SOURCES: AP TELEVISION DATELINE: Basel - 11 June 2008 RESTRICTIONS: SHOTLIST PLEASE NOTE: FIRST SOUNDBITE CONTAINS EXPLETIVE 1. Wide of ambulance driving through crowd gathered on street 2. Police vans driving through crowd UPSOUND: sirens 3. Various of police leading handcuffed youths into police van 4. Turkish fans singing and dancing in celebration 5. Turkish fans cheering their team's victory, one fan waving Turkish flag 6. Various of police holding Swiss football fan to the ground 7. Wide of police van arriving, driving through crowd, AUDIO siren 8. Swiss football fan waiting to be put inside police van 9. Football fans standing near police 10. Swiss football fan getting inside police van, door being closed 11. Police standing on bridge looking down on crowd 12. Various of Turkish fans, cheering, dancing and waving flags 13. SOUNDBITE (English) Swiss fan, Name not Given: ++CLIENTS PLEASE NOTE: SOUNDBITE CONTAINS EXPLETIVE++ "I hope we stay hardened. Turkey wins, not for Swiss, Swiss ++inaudible++ Not sure what's happened. S**t happens." 14. Various of Turkish fans jumping up and down, cheering and waving Turkish flags 15. SOUNDBITE (English) Turkish fan, Name not Given: "This match is wonderful. In the last minute we have won this match. All people...it's nice. We'll make a party. We make a party tonight." 16. Pan of Turkish fans jumping up and down and cheering their team's victory STORYLINE Swiss football fans watched in dismay as Arda Turan scored in injury time on Wednesday to give Turkey a 2-1 win over Switzerland that eliminated the co-hosts from the Euro 2008 Championship. Turan scored in the second minute of injury time, sending a right-footed shot from outside the area that deflected in off Switzerland defender Patrick Mueller. Earlier, Switzerland player Hakan Yakin scored, giving his team a 1-0 lead over Turkey, delighting fans in Basel who braved torrential rain to gather at the fanzone on Wednesday. Turkish substitute Semih Senturk headed in a cross in the 57th minute to bring the score level. A first-half downpour left the field at St Jakob Park a quagmire, and a draw seemed likely until Turan's deflected shot looped over goalkeeper Diego Bengalio. After the match, there were scenes of jubilation from Turkish fans on the streets, proudly waving Turkish flags and cheering their team's victory. One Turkish fan expressed his joy over his team's win, "this match is wonderful. In the last minute we have won this match." However, the celebrations were marred by an incident in downtown Basel involving a Turkish fan who reportedly threw a flare at a group of Swiss supporters. No injuries were reported. AP Television footage showed Swiss police leading handcuffed youths into a waiting police van. It was unconfirmed how many arrests were made. Elsewhere in Basel, AP Television filmed police detaining a Swiss football fan, though no further information about the incident was available. After Switzerland's loss they became only the second European Championship host to be eliminated before the last four. Euro 2000 co-host Belgium also failed to get through the group stage. The match was the first between the two teams since an ugly brawl three years ago in Istanbul that brought a rash of suspensions, with FIFA president Sepp Blatter even threatening at one point to ban Turkey from the 2010 World Cup. Blatter, a Swiss native, eventually backed down. Both teams downplayed the history in the run-up to the match and said they were focusing solely on football.
1PM: [November 27, 2022 issue]
TF1 News (Private - August 1982 ->)
Florida / Miami Teams Brawl
SEVERAL UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA AND UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI FOOTBALL PLAYERS IN TOWN FOR THE SUGAR BOWL WERE APPARENTLY ARRESTED LAST NIGHT AFTER GETTING INTO AN ALTERCATION/BRAWL.
APTN 2330
AP-APTN-2330 Americas L Prime News-Final Friday, 8 June 2012 Americas L Prime News ++ARGENTINA PROTEST 01:41 AP CLIENTS ONLY TENS OF THOUSANDS MARCH TO GOVT PALACE PROTESTING ECONOMIC POLICY ++BOLIVIA PROTEST 02:18 AP CLIENTS ONLY LARGEST MINING UNION PROTESTS LEASE CONDITIONS TO SWISS COMPANY ++PERU HELICOPTER 01:47 PART NO ACCESS PERU +4:3 BAD WEATHER HAMPERS SEARCH FOR HELICOPTER WITH KOREAN PASSENGERS MEXICO TRANSPLANT 01:53 AP CLIENTS ONLY MAN RECEIVES DOUBLE ARM TRANSPLANT AFTER SEVERE BURNS ++US MANNING 00:54 AP CLIENTS ONLY MILITARY JUDGE REFUSES TO DISMISS CHARGES AGAINST SOLDIER US PHILIPPINES 02:48 AP CLIENTS ONLY OBAMA AND CLINTON HOST PHILIPPINES PRESIDENT AND FM SYRIA UN 01:34 AP CLIENTS ONLY UN COMMENT AFTER OBSERVERS VISIT ALLEGED MASSACRE VILLAGE SYRIA UN 2 01:42 AP CLIENTS ONLY UN RELEASES VIDEO SHOT IN ALLEGED MASSACRE VILLAGE OF AL QUBAIR RUSSIA LAW 01:14 NO ACCESS RUSSIA PUTIN SIGNS CONTROVERSIAL LAW REGULATING PUBLIC MEETINGS GREECE DEMO 01:35 AP CLIENTS ONLY IMMIGRANT GROUPS AND ACTIVISTS IN ANTI FACIST MARCH ++UKRAINE BRAWL 00:49 AP CLIENTS ONLY BRAWL BREAKS OUT NEXT TO PUBLIC VIEWING AREA POLAND FOOTBALL 3 01:37 AP CLIENTS ONLY FANS REACT TO DRAW IN OPENING GAME BETWEEN POLAND AND GREECE ++POLAND FOOTBALL 4 01:31 AP CLIENTS ONLY RUSSIAN FANS CELEBRATE WIN, CZECH FANS DISAPPOINTED ++UN IVORY COAST 00:36 AP CLIENTS ONLY UN SAYS 7 PEACEKEEPERS KILLED IN IVORY COAST B-u-l-l-e-t-i-n begins at 2330 GMT. (Copyright 2012 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.) AP-NY-06-08-12 2037EDT
Football, Coupe de France: following match interrupted Reims Sainte-Anne/ Wasquehal after fight
Grand Est
S Coupe de France: the Wasquehal club files a complaint following the attack on the coach
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Dallas Cowboys Parade / Super Bowl Celebration / Violence (1993)