The French government has urged metropolis hosting Euro 2016 equals to ban alcohol near venues and follower zones.
It follows three days of clangs between devotees and police in Marseille.
Uefa is investigating after Russia allies appeared to rush at England devotees in the stadium after their draw on Saturday. It has threatened to ban both teams if there is farther follower violence.
The UK government has offered to send additional British police ahead of England’s next competition in Lens on Thursday.
French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve articulated: “I have asked for all necessary measures to be taken to prohibit the sale, consumption and transport of alcoholic drink in feelings spheres on competitor daytimes and the previous day, and on days when fan regions are open.”
The ban will include public neighborhoods, as well as patronizes and off-licences, Mr Cazeneuve alleged.
Senior local officials can also forbid barrooms and cafe from serving guzzles on their terraces in containers that can be used as missiles.
“The contests which took place in Marseille … are unacceptable. Intolerable for the authorities concerned, inappropriate for society, intolerable for football buffs, ” Mr Cazeneuve said.
Russia’s next competition against Slovakia will take place in Lille on Wednesday – the day before England’s match against Wales only 24 miles back in Lens.
Lens has already banned alcohol from being sold and devotees without tickets for the competition or devotee zone have been told not to travel.
However, Kevin Miles of the Football Supporters’ Federation, which represents love in England and Wales, did a forbidding would not work.
“What we’ve attended the issue is an organization of locals getting together and Russian rowdies getting together with the deliberate purport of assaulting football love, English fans primarily, while they’ve been experiencing their drinking and their eating at regions, ” he said.
“And I’ve been personally the main victims of that. But its most important circumstance is here, the Russians and the locals here who have been attacking football fans have been stone cold sober. They don’t suck, they are consciously focused, they civilize for six months, preparations for acts of hooliganism and brutality like this. They’re not drunk, that’s not what’s caused the savagery here.”
On Sunday, Uefa, European football’s governing body, announces that it have commenced disciplinary proceedings against Russia – but not England – after “totally unacceptable” scenes at the England-Russia game which ceased 1-1.
Charges against Russia are for bunch confusions, racist action, and placing off fireworks, Uefa said.
There were issues with discrimination of followers, their own bodies acknowledged, predicting protection would be “strengthened”.
Witnesses mentioned trouble began in the stadium after flares were let off by Russian fans near the end of the game. Some then clambered across railings designed to keep rival fans apart.