Dutch police detained 90 England soccer supporters Friday for public order breaches ahead of their team's friendly worldwide against the Netherlands in Amsterdam.
One video showed a fan stripping down and launching himself into the canal as Three Lions supporters wreak havoc in the Dutch capital.
Riot police detained 60 people in the red light district, officers said.
As well as the 100 fans detained on Friday, a further 25 were arrested on Thursday with Dutch authorities claiming some of them attacked officers.
Thousands of supporters travelled to Amsterdam to match the football, but there was disorder in the Dutch capital despite England winning 1-0.
And they condemned the "appalling" behaviour of a "large number" of fans - and warned of the impact on the treatment of England followers in future away games such as at the Russia World Cup.
"The rest, that's the first I've heard just outside before (coming into the press conference)".
"When we arrested that group it became quiet in the red light district although there were still hundreds of English people staying but they were not causing any problems".
Glass can be heard smashed as the friendly fixture continues to be marred by videos emerging of trouble in Amsterdam.
In a statement released on Twitter, the FA confirmed they will work alongside the UK Football Policing Unit in an attempt to identify those involved.
It was England's last scheduled away match before they travel to Russian Federation for this year's World Cup, with a well-deserved win against a Dutch side who will be one of the major absentees from the tournament.
A number of England fans were expected to have bought tickets in the home end for Friday's friendly - the last away game before the World Cup. "We had been in there several hours with no trouble at all".