A French court in Marseille convicted two English football fans of involvement in the rioting.
The pair were sentenced to two and three months in prison for their role in the violence that marred the build up to the England versus Russia Euro 2016 match in Marseille on Saturday.
England fans were involved in three days of clashes with French police, local youths and Russian hooligans before Saturday's game.
Ian Hepworth, a 41-year-old psychiatric nurse, was sentenced to three months in prison while Alexander Booth, a 20-year-old chef, received a two-month term.
England fans first became involved in skirmishes on Thursday night when a group of around 70 local youths attacked fans.
At one point a number fans were heard chanting “Isis where are you” in a city with a large Muslim population.
On Friday afternoon there were more clashes between fans and the French police. This time fans sang “sit down if you hate the French” as well as songs about the IRA and World War Two.
Then on Saturday hundreds of fans were involved in clashes with Russian hooligans, who ran amok in the city attacking any England fans in their path.
French authorities admitted on Monday that 150 “highly trained” Russian hooligans had evaded arrest.
On Monday England captain Wayne Rooney and manager Roy Hodgson on Monday pleaded with the country's fans to avoid further violence to head off a UEFA threat to disqualify the team from Euro 2016.
“I'm appealing to you to stay out of trouble,” Hodgson said in a video message. “We really desperately want to stay in the competition.”
Rooney told fans: “Be safe, be sensible and continue with your great support for the players.”