Soccer violence is a real concern even if England is playing outside the country. Riots broke out in several cities when France defeated England June 13 in the Euro 2004 championships, and could happen again if England doesn’t fare well. Violence was reported in Croydon, south London, Hertfordshire, Cambridge, Essex, Birmingham, Wakefield in West Yorkshire and Boston in Lincolnshire. England’s next match is June 21, and if the team advances to the final rounds games could be played from June 24 to July 4. Follow the team’s progress to be aware of potential trouble.