A 41-year-old man has been charged with manslaughter following the death of a Wales and Cardiff supporter found injured outside Wembley Stadium.
Michael Dye, 44, suffered head injuries before Tuesday's England v Wales Euro 2012 qualifier and died in hospital.
Ian Mytton of Redditch, Worcestershire, was charged by detectives on Saturday night, Scotland Yard said.
A further three men have been arrested after going to a police station on Sunday.
Mr Dye was found injured near Gate C of the north-west London stadium before the match against England.
He was taken to Northwick Park Hospital where he later died. A post-mortem examination showed the cause of death to be blunt trauma to the back of the head.
A Scotland Yard spokesman said My Mytton was being held at a West Mercia police station and will appear in court on Monday.
"We have been informed that a 41-year-old man has been charged with manslaughter following the death of Micheal Dye," he said.
"We are awaiting confirmation of his details and where he will be appearing in court on Monday."
Six men initially arrested over the death of Mr Dye have been released without charge, he added.
Mr Dye was a mason with Cardiff City Council and was married with three children.
Players and fans paid tribute to him by holding a minute's applause before Saturday's Cardiff City home game against Doncaster. Both teams also wore black arm bands.
Mr Dye's family were guests of Cardiff City Football Club, of which he had been an avid supporter.