MADRID (AP) — A Madrid court has ruled that a minor be detained for six years at a juvenile center after being found guilty of homicide in the 2014 death of a Deportivo La Coruna fan.

A brutal street fight between rival "ultra" groups that erupted before a match on Nov. 30 that year led to 43-year-old Deportivo fan Francisco Javier Romero Taboada being viciously beaten and thrown into Madrid's Manzanares River.

Although emergency services plucked a badly injured Romero from near-freezing waters, he died hours later, the court said.

The minor, identified only by his initials A.C.G. in Monday's court statement, will also serve two years supervised probation after completing his term.

Other sentences are expected in a case where police made 82 arrests following the violent clash near Atletico's Vicente Calderon Stadium.