Croatia face being kicked out of Euro 2016 hours before they are due to play their final group game against Spain on Tuesday.
UEFA meet on Tuesday to discuss sanctions but the Croatia football federation claimed they warned the authorities that t would be trouble.
Their actions mean Turkey have also been charged with crowd disturbances from the game in Nice.Hooliganism has been on the rise in Croatia over the past four years since former Croatia and Arsenal striker Davor Suker became president of the federation.
Barcelona midfielder Ivan Rakitic fears Croatia could be thrown out of Euro 2016 after the crowd trouble.
As well as the serious disturbances, flares were lit and Russia were charged by UEFA with crowd disorder and racist behaviour.
Croatia were charged over the setting off of fireworks, the throwing of objects, crowd disturbance and racist behaviour.