Weapons, fireworks and medication have been entirely on a trainer carrying Paris St Germain buffs to a Women’s Champion’s League match against Chelsea.
Up to 50 PSG buffs were denied entry to the quarterfinal tie at Kingsmeadow.
Police were first called to reports of vandalism at the scene at 08:00 GMT, then later to disease at Waterloo and Wimbledon stations.
A trainer that travelled overnight from Paris was hunted and 1 arrest was made.
In an announcement, the Met Police said:”Weapons, including knives and knuckledusters, were recovered together with category A drugs.
“One individual from the coach was arrested for possession of class A drugs along with the passengers were escorted from the region by authorities “
The match kicked-off at as scheduled at 19:05.
Reports indicate a door at the scene was broken and also portions of the earth had daubed with pro-PSG graffiti.
BBC Sports reporter Jacqui Oatley tweeted:”I’m told that there were weapons – knuckle-duster and knives plus medication onboard.
Barred from PSG guys’s and youth matches but not women’s.”