ASSE filed a lawsuit for "aggravated violence," destruction and damage of public property, entry to the playing area affecting safety of people and property and throwing projectiles posing a threat to the safety or persons".
Sunday evening saw the relegation Saint-Etienne due to penalties against Auxerre (1-1.a.p., 5.t.a.b. Stormy scenes at Geoffroy-Guichard stadium were accompanied by the relegation of Saint-Etienne on penalties against Auxerre (1-1 a.p., 5 t.a.b.). The scene was even captured by a CRS.
Some supporters fired smoke bombs and mortars at players and spectators. There were approximately forty minor injuries sustained in the clashes outside the stadium, including 14 police officers, 8 security guards, 17 supporters, and two Auxerre members.
Saint-Etienne club stated in a press release that it "intends to collaborate with the police services in the most efficient way possible so that troublemakers can be identified and legal proceedings can be initiated without delay".
Their stadium sector was closed for disciplinary reasons. However, after incidents at the Monaco reception on April 23, the recidivist ultras of Saint-Etienne were able to take their place in a different grandstand on Sunday.
ASSE, which is now relegated at L2, recalled the decision of the Disciplinary Committee of Professional Football League (LFP), to place the file under investigation. After the filing of the report, Saint-Etienne representatives would be heard. Hearing scheduled for June 23.
Discipline sanctions can include a complete or partial closed session or a withdrawal or demotion.