Uefa have charged the football associations of both England and Serbia following a mass brawl and allegations of racist chanting from fans at Tuesday night's U21 clash.
The Serbian FA has been charged with alleged racist chanting by fans, and both associations over the behaviour of players at the end of the stormy encounter.
Uefa said in a statement: "Uefa has opened disciplinary proceedings against both the Football Association of Serbia (FSS) and England's Football Association (FA) following a number of incidents during and after England's 1-0 win over Serbia in the 2013 Uefa European Under-21 Championship play-off second leg at the Mladost stadium in Krusevac on Tuesday 16 October 2012.
"Regarding alleged racist chanting, Uefa will instigate proceedings against the FSS over the misconduct of their supporters during and at the end of the match.
"Proceedings will also be instigated against the FSS for the improper conduct of the Serbia players at the end of the match.
"Uefa will also commence proceedings against the FA for the improper conduct of the England players at the end of the match.
"These cases will be discussed on the occasion of the next ordinary hearing of the Uefa Control and Disciplinary Body on November 22 2012."
Earlier Wednesday, Prime Minister David Cameron said he was "appalled" at the ugly scenes at the end of the under-21 match between England and Serbia, despite the Serbian authorities insisting there was no racism.
The Government is giving its full backing to a Football Association complaint over alleged racist taunts, and sport minister Hugh Robertson has written to Uefa president Michel Platini urging an investigation, the Prime Minister's official spokesman said.
The Serbian FA has denied any form of racism occurred at the match in Krusevac on Tuesday night and said England player Danny Rose behaved in an "inappropriate, unsportsmanlike and vulgar manner" towards their fans.
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Britain expects "tough sanctions" if racism is proved, said Cameron's spokesman.
"He was appalled by the scenes that we have seen in Serbia.
"We are determined to stamp out racism internationally and at home and we are giving our full backing to the FA's complaint on this issue.
"Clearly it is for Uefa to investigate this issue but we would expect tough sanctions. If we are going to stamp out racism from football, then it is no good giving derisory fines, as have been handed out in the past.
"It is not good enough to say that people should shake hands and forget about it."