Serbia will demand a replay of their Euro 2012 qualifier against Italy, said Serbia's football officials on Friday, Xinhua reported.
They also blamed the Italian organizers for failing to prevent the violence that caused the game to be called off.
The match in Genoa on Tuesday was aborted after seven minutes when Serbia supporters threw flares and fireworks onto the field and broke barriers. 16 people, including two policemen, were injured.
Tomislav Karadzic, president of Serbian Football Federation, said Friday that officials will meet UEFA president Michel Platini on Monday and ask for a replay.
The European football governing body is to decide on sanctions on Oct. 28.
The Italian Football Federation said in a statement that it is "calmly awaiting the developments from the disciplinary proceedings under way at UEFA and intends to continue to maintain responsible conduct even as far as statements go."