Uefa has not opened any case against the English Football Association.
Uefa says its control, ethics and disciplinary body will judge the Russia case on Tuesday ahead of their second Euro 2016 Group B match against Slovakia on Wednesday.
French police have said 35 people were wounded in clashes that erupted between England and Russia football supporters before and after the match in Marseille.
Regional police chief Laurent Nunez said in a text message that most of the injuries were minor. French authorities have been on the defensive after media broadcast live scenes of brutal fighting at the Old Port in Marseille and surrounding side streets ahead of Saturday’s game.
Speaking to Europe 1 radio, French Socialist Party leader Jean-Christophe Cambadélis defended his country’s law enforcement, blaming the violence on “drunken cretins.”