Female Russians stage bloody brawls ahead of World Cup

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Shocking footage show vicious Russian women fighting on snowy streets in bloody mass brawls, allegedly to prepare for English fans coming to the country in June.

The staged brawls were caught on camera phones and shared on Russian social media sites.

They show fights between two groups of female ‘Ultras’ in snow-covered Russian forest last month.

Commenting on the video people said it would be ‘fun’ to see the women attack Brits travelling to Russia in June for the World Cup.

Footage shows two groups of seven thugs. 

A brawl then ensues between the women who charge at each other fists first and begin to push each other over, kick and punch each other to the ground.

Within the first few seconds of the clip, which is just under two minutes long, women are left reeling in agony as other Ultras dressed in sports wear beat them. 

The post has racked up tens of thousands of views since being posted on an online football forum.  

Hundreds of comments on the post include ‘Don’t show it to the English’ and ‘It would be fun to see a mob of 150 women fighting drunk English’.

Shocking footage show vicious Russian women fighting on snowy streets in bloody mass brawls, allegedly to prepare for English fans coming to the country in June

Shocking footage show vicious Russian women fighting on snowy streets in bloody mass brawls, allegedly to prepare for English fans coming to the country in June

Shocking footage show vicious Russian women fighting on snowy streets in bloody mass brawls, allegedly to prepare for English fans coming to the country in June

The staged brawls were caught on camera and shared on Russian social media sites.

The staged brawls were caught on camera and shared on Russian social media sites.

The staged brawls were caught on camera and shared on Russian social media sites.

They show fights between two groups of female 'Ultras' in snow-covered Russian forest last month

They show fights between two groups of female 'Ultras' in snow-covered Russian forest last month

They show fights between two groups of female ‘Ultras’ in snow-covered Russian forest last month

Other comments include ‘disgusting’ and ‘horrible’ and many condemn the behaviour. 

Yesterday, the MailOnline revealed how Russian Ultras – a term describing ultra-fanatical football fans – are organising themselves on Russian social network VKontakte, pledging to ‘unleash hell’ during the football tournament this summer. 

They are warning that England fans choosing to attend the World Cup later this year are handing themselves a ‘death sentence’.

Hundreds of comments on the post include 'Don't show it to the English' and 'It would be fun to see a mob of 150 women fighting drunk English

Hundreds of comments on the post include 'Don't show it to the English' and 'It would be fun to see a mob of 150 women fighting drunk English

Hundreds of comments on the post include ‘Don’t show it to the English’ and ‘It would be fun to see a mob of 150 women fighting drunk English

The women who charge at each other fists first and begin to push each other over, kick and punch each other to the ground

The women who charge at each other fists first and begin to push each other over, kick and punch each other to the ground

The women who charge at each other fists first and begin to push each other over, kick and punch each other to the ground

Footage shows two groups of seven thugs

Footage shows two groups of seven thugs

Footage shows two groups of seven thugs

This comes after FIFA was forced to release a statement saying they are confident in the host nation’s ability to guarantee football fans’ security following violent incidents involving Russian ultras in Spain.

Last month a policeman died of a heart attack in Bilbao, northern Spain, as he was trying to stop street battles between supporters of Russian football team Spartak Moscow Spartak and Bilbao Athletic. 

Nine people were arrested following the clashes. Spanish newspaper El Mundo said two Russian ultras were taken to hospital with injuries, one with stab wounds.

The incident raised questions as to whether Russia would be able to control its ultras when the World Cup begins on June 14.

Within the first few seconds of the clip, which is just under two minutes long, women are left reeling in agony as other Ultras dressed in sports wear beat them

Within the first few seconds of the clip, which is just under two minutes long, women are left reeling in agony as other Ultras dressed in sports wear beat them

Within the first few seconds of the clip, which is just under two minutes long, women are left reeling in agony as other Ultras dressed in sports wear beat them

The ultras fight, allegedly in preparation to 'attack English fans' at the world cup

The ultras fight, allegedly in preparation to 'attack English fans' at the world cup

The ultras fight, allegedly in preparation to ‘attack English fans’ at the world cup

Russians warn that English fans that come to the World Cup have a 'death sentence'

Russians warn that English fans that come to the World Cup have a 'death sentence'

Russians warn that English fans that come to the World Cup have a ‘death sentence’

In response, FIFA released a statement saying the organisation ‘as complete trust in the security arrangements and comprehensive security concept developed by the Russian authorities and the Local Organising Committee.’

‘As demonstrated during the FIFA Confederations Cup last year, Russia’s already high security standards have been adapted to meet the specific needs of such major sporting events.

‘Naturally, FIFA is also in constant contact with all stakeholders regarding the ongoing risk assessment, which enables the implementation of overall preventive measures in cooperation with national and international enforcement authorities.’ 

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