Australian Police are investigating a large fight following the Pacific Cup test last week between Samoa and Tonga national rugby league teams.

According to Australian news media Police wanted to hear from witnesses to the wild brawl that broke out at Campbelltown Stadium on Saturday night.

Footage of the wild dispute showed men throwing punches and tearing at each other’s shirts, 7 News reported.

It is unknown how the fight started but security eventually stepped in and dissolved the fight before Police arrived.

Wild brawl at Campbelltown Stadium

7 News has obtained video of a vicious brawl that erupted inside Campbelltown Stadium during the Pacific Nations Test on Saturday night. Punches were thrown and people were hurled to the ground, before security managed to step in. It happened after the Samoa versus Tonga game. At least one man was injured. A police investigation has been launched. Report on 7 News at 6pm.www.7News.com.au #Campbelltown #7News

Posted by 7NEWS Sydney on Sunday, June 24, 2018

Police have reportedly confirmed they were called to the venue on Saturday night after the fight spiralled out of control.

“Police were called to the fight inside the stadium between two groups of people.

“Security had separated the group before police arrived.

One man sustained a minor injury. However, he refused to cooperate with police and refused medical treatment.”

No charges have been laid but anybody with information is urged to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

17,802 fans were at the stadium to watch the match in which Tonga beat Samoa 38 – 22.

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