UEFA, Arsenal work on Champions League security
Thursday, August 11, 2011
NYON, Switzerland (AP) -- European soccer's governing body is working with police and soccer authorities in London on security for Arsenal's Champions League game against Udinese on Tuesday.
UEFA tells The Associated Press his group is monitoring the situation after rioting and looting swept London this week.
Arsenal's Emirates Stadium is four miles from Tottenham, where the violence started last weekend. Tottenham's Premier League game against Everton on Saturday has been postponed.
A UEFA security official is due in London on Sunday.