Berlin - A dispute over a penalty decision in a German-French youth football match sparked a brawl that left six people injured, police said Sunday.
Both U17 teams were suspended from the junior tournament held in the German city of Weinheim.
The punch-up Saturday involved 11 people, including the 45-year-old trainer of the German team from Duisburg and the 42-year-old president of the French club, they said.
Of the six people with injuries, two had to be treated in hospital.
Local police in Weinheim, a town south of Frankfurt, were investigating the incident and asked for witnesses to come forward.