Far right extremist Tommy Robinson has been banned from all football matches – including England – at home and abroad for four years.
The thug, real name Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, 38, was filmed punching a Three Lions fan to the ground in Portugal during the Nations League finals.
That footage, obtained by the Mirror, was used by Bedfordshire Police to bring a civil case against Robinson this week.
It resulted in an order banning him from “all regulated football matches, home and abroad” for four years – including England at the next two Euro tournaments and the World Cup in Qatar in 2022.
Dep Chief Constable Mark Roberts, National Police Chiefs’ Council Football Policing Lead, said: “This is a really positive result.”
Robinson was seen thumping a fan before England’s 3-1 defeat to Holland in Guimaraes on June 6, 2019.
The former English Defence League leader approached the England fan, who told him: “You do not represent me.”
A witness said: “Robinson throws a punch. This is from a man trying to become an MEP.” Robinson said the fan had been rowdy and abusive.
Robinson had posted a message before the game saying: “No football banning order here, mate.”
The remark was believed to refer to a banning order Bedfordshire Police applied for over a flag reading “F*** ISIS” at Euro 2016. They said it was inciting hatred against Muslims but he successfully challenged it.
The force worked with the UK Football Policing Unit to obtain the order banning him from football matches.
He was also ordered to pay £3,600 in costs.
A court spokeswoman confirmed the order was granted for “causing or contributing to violence”.
A Bedfordshire police spokesman said: “A 38-year old man was handed a four-year banning order on Monday December 14 by Luton Magistrates’ Court.
“This was in connection to an incident in Portugal in 2019. Three other incidents between 2015 and 2019 were also taken into account by the court.
“The order includes a ban from attending football matches, both in the UK and internationally, for four years and a payment of £3,600 in costs.”
In 2011, Robinson was convicted of hooliganism for leading 100 Luton Town fans in a clash with Newport County fans.
He lost his £5,000 deposit in the European election last year after getting just 2.2% of the vote in the North West.
After the incident in Portugal, he said: “I was with my wife. If people get physical, I am not going to wait for them to attack me… the man needs to keep his views to himself.”