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One hundred England fans were arrested in Amsterdam on Friday after trouble ahead of a friendly against Netherlands.

Below is a clip showing England fans singing while riding on a boat in one of the canals that run through the heart of the Dutch capital.

According to reports, drunken English fans threw bottles and smashed windows in the Dutch capital, forcing riot police to be brought in to break up the mass of people.

Jesse Lingard's maiden worldwide goal secured victory for England, who are next in action against Italy on Wednesday (AEDT).

"We arrested 90 English people, mainly because they were disturbing the peace", an Amsterdam police spokesman is quoted by the Daily Mail as saying.

Speaking about the arrests, Southgate said: "Without knowing the details, obviously it's not something I want to hear because I think our players have represented their country really well with pride and with some style".

"When we arrested that group it became quiet in the red light district".

"Anything else that takes away from that performance for them would be a great shame".

A total of 27 members were suspended for their behaviour in Dortmund.

The FA said any of its members identified as causing trouble would be banned from the organisation.

Now, footage has emerged of England fans singing "There'll be no Fenian bastards in Moscow", a reference to the Republic of Ireland's failure to qualify for the World Cup.

Josh Mahoney, 23, is in Amsterdam with family for his first England game and told the Press Association the police were "very heavy handed".

And they have been in good voice as per, with Englishmen up and down the country gathering along the historic canals that wind their way through the city.

'They attacked us for no reason.