Former English Defence League leader Tommy Robinson has appeared in court in his battle to prevent being prohibited from England football matches.
The real name of robinson, whose, confirmed his nationality and his personal details since he looked at Luton Magistrates Court.
He was caught on camera swinging at a man who was knocked into the floor ahead of Englands 3-1 defeat on the Netherlands from the Portuguese city of Guimaraes at the Nations League semi-final.
Bedfordshire Police are currently working in an attempt to hand him a football banning order. The arrangement would see him barred from attending overseas and England matches in the UK.
After the incident in Portugal circulated on social media, Robinson claimed he had been behaving in self-defence.
The civil case is currently currently looking for a banning order .
The case has been adjourned till January 17 along with the hearing was set for March 24.
District Judge Leigh Smith advised Robinson:I am going to adjourn this issue to January 17 when you are going to appear before court for a further case management hearing.
You are not the subject of criminal proceedings. There is not any problem of bond. You are free to go.