A huge brawl went down on Wednesday between fans of rival soccer clubs in Manchester City, and the result was three people being arrested.

According to a report from The Daily Mail, 20-25 people in total were involved, and this all took place before a match between Manchester City and Sevilla -- oh, and the people who were arrested weren't even fans of either of the two teams.

They arrested three men on suspicion of violent disorder, while one man was treated at the scene for a head injury. Another man was arrested later after being found hiding in a restaurant.

Greater Manchester Police confirmed that all three of them were Polish football fans, rather than supporters of either Manchester City or Sevilla, while the man treated for a head injury was Spanish. He declined to speak to police.

It is understood that in all around 20 to 25 people were involved in the clashes.

It is understood that police are investigating whether the clashes are linked to a feud between fans of Polish club Slask Wroclaw and sections of Sevilla's support which is reported to date back to a 2013 Europa League match.

A spokesman for Greater Manchester Police said the trouble was not related to the match at the Etihad Stadium.

This is pretty wild, even by soccer fan standards.

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