AFTV star Troopz films himself getting KICKED OUT of Wembley

AFTV star Troopz films himself getting KICKED OUT of Wembley by security staff for ‘vlogging’ England’s Euro 2020 victory over the Czech Republic just days after he was filmed furiously kicking seats inside the stadium during drab draw with Scotland

  • AFTV’s Troopz was removed from England’s Euros clash with the Czech Republic
  • Footage captured on Instagram shows him being kicked out by security staff
  • During the moments Troopz is shown the door, he insists it is ‘for vlogging’
  • Troopz and his cameraman have been at both England Euro 2020 games so far
  • Wembley rules state, however, that camera equipment is not allowed inside 
  • Find out the latest Euro 2020 news including fixtures, live action and results here

Arsenal Fan TV pundit Troopz was removed from England’s Euro 2020 clash with the Czech Republic by Wembley’s security staff on Tuesday night.

The social media star, who has won an army of fans for his passionate and animated rants over Arsenal’s fortunes, was in attendance to watch the Three Lions and film his reactions to their final game in Group D.

Footage taken from his Instagram account shows Troopz and a cameraman, who goes by the Twitter handle @WayneJetskiii, inside Wembley before the game as they filmed the pre-match scenes and the teams coming out of the tunnel before kick-off.


AFTV pundit Troopz was removed from England’s Euro 2020 clash with the Czech Republic


Footage shows Troopz and a cameraman, @WayneJetskiii, being escorted out of the ground

Troopz and @WayneJetskiii before England’s Euro 2020 opener with Croatia at Wembley

But then it cuts to another post on his Instagram story of both of them being escorted from the stadium by a number of security guards.

Clearly unhappy, Troopz films the moment he is shown the door and says ‘for vlogging’ to the camera in bewilderment at being asked to leave.

As he continues to film the five or six stewards, Troopz tells them: ‘You’re famous now’ and continues to say ‘for vlogging’ as he pleads his innocence.

Troopz, who has 308,000 followers on Instagram, then uploaded another clip of him watching the rest of the game, in which England won 1-0 to secure top spot in the group, in a pub in the Wembley Park area. 

It comes just days after he was also filmed watching England’s 0-0 draw with Scotland, in which footage on TikTok shows him furiously kicking seats at Wembley.

The cameraman, @WayneJetskiii, tweeted his fury at the decision to remove them from the stadium on Tuesday night and said they had been to both of this summer’s Euro 2020 games at Wembley so far.


Troopz filmed himself have a pre-match pint and then captured some scenes around Wembley

Troopz later posted a clip of him watching the rest of the game in a pub at Wembley Park

Troopz told Wembley ‘we’re waiting for your reply’ after his cameraman revealed they had been to the last two matches

He said: ‘Just in case anyone is wondering. @TroopzAFC and I have been to the last 2 England matches at Wembley.

‘I’ve brought in a camera PER THE RULES at Wembley and only filmed Troopz reactions. We got kicked out today during “God Save The Queen” as I panned around the stadium. SAD!

‘I also offered to check the camera and lock it up for remainder of the game and was further ushered out of the stadium.’

However, Wembley rules say: ‘No person (other than a person who holds an appropriate license) may bring into the Ground or use within the Ground any equipment which is capable of recording or transmitting (by digital or other means) any audio, visual, or audio-visual material or any information or data in relation to the Event of the Ground.’ 

England beat the Czech Republic 1-0 thanks to Raheem Sterling’s first-half winner as they secure top spot in Group D.


It comes days after he was filmed furious kicking seats at Wembley during the Scotland draw

Troopz (right) has won an army of fans for his passionate and animated rants over Arsenal’s fortunes (pictured on AFTV in May 2021)

Troopz has risen to prominence on social media in recent years for his bold appearances and rants on AFTV.

The channel has proved a divisive platform over the last few seasons as a result of their passionate reactions to the Gunners’ performances.

AFTV boast over 1.3million subscribers on YouTube and, since its creation in 2012, has generated over a billion views. 

Its foundation came during a testing period for the club, with supporters angry at the stagnation on the field, and the channel rapidly became a popular outlet for the fanbase to air their strong opinions after matches. 

More to follow. 




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