Liverpool fans have been condemned as the worst in Europe in a scathing UEFA report
UEFA president Michel Platini will hand the controversial dossier to Britain's Sports Minister Richard Caborn in Brussels on Tuesday.
UEFA spokesman William Gaillard said: "We have an independent police report mentioning 25 incidents since 2003 caused by Liverpool fans away from home. That's the most of any team in Europe. We should all be very pleased that no one was hurt."
The report follows an investigation into violence that marred the Champions League final in Athens and accuses the Kop fans of causing most of the trouble.
Scores of fans with genuine tickets were denied entry to the Olympic Stadium in Athens last month.
Hundreds of others holding forgeries managed to get in to see Liverpool's 2-1 defeat by AC Milan.
Gaillard added: "We had 102 flags in the stadium, but by the time the game began there were only two left. People climbed up amid incredible danger in order to steal them, and we know a majority were Liverpool fans."