The far-right leader of the Russian football supporters’ organization is expected to be deported from France later, along with 19 fellow buffs.
It follows violence at the England-Russia Euro 2016 match in Marseille.
Alexander Shprygin was among 43 Russian buffs detained on Tuesday while to Lille to view the second fixture of Russia , against Slovakia.
More than 12 Russians who were detained following the trouble happen to be released without further actions.
Three other detained Russian devotees are given jail terms of up to two years over the violence in Marseille.