VIDEO: Huge brawl breaks out among parents at kid’s football match

A brawl erupted among parents during a children’s football match in Catalonia, Spain, sparking shock and condemnation.
A brawl erupted among parents during a children's football match in Catalonia, Spain, sparking shock and condemnation.
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A huge brawl broke out among parents during a children’s football match.

The clip shows the adults arguing as the kids continue playing in the background.

The tensions calm down before a man in a blue T-shirt runs towards a dad in an orange top and apparently tries to sucker-punch him.

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A bald man in a green top jumps to the dad’s defence and chases the aggressor while trying to trip him to the ground.

A brawl starts at the side of the pitch in front of shocked mums and children.

Meanwhile, the kid’s game continues in the background as the video comes to an end.

The brawl was filmed during an under-8 football match in Catalonia, Spain.

Centre d’Esports Sabadell Futbol Club took on Escola Fubol Base Ripollet in the Catalan league fixture.

According to reports, the fight started when several parents tried to attack the referee while others defended him.

Following the fracas, the police said no one filed a complaint against anyone else therefore no formal investigation has been launched.

The authorities still made a point of identifying some of the parents involved in the ugly scenes.

Meanwhile, both clubs slammed the brawl in statements on social media on 5 May.

They also vowed to carry out an internal investigation to determine exactly what happened.

In addition, the clubs highlighted their commitment to eradicating violence in football, as reported by Need To Know.

A Ripollet Base Football School spokesperson said: “We firmly condemn the events that occurred this Saturday in Mpal. Olympia of Sabadell.

“We are carrying out an internal investigation to clarify the facts, punish those involved and continue eradicating violence in football.”

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