Ninety England fans were arrested in Amsterdam on Friday prior to the friendly against the Netherlands, bringing the total over two days beyond 100, local police confirm.
An initial statement, which was quickly updated to reflect the growing number, said the Amsterdam police had arrested 70 fans.
Amsterdam Police said "mostly drunken" fans had thrown beer bottles towards officers and a mobile unit was deployed as "unrest by the English supporters grew larger in the city centre".
The Netherlands hosted Gareth Southgate's Three Lions in an global friendly on Friday night.
Deputy chief constable Mark Roberts, the National Police Chiefs' Council (NPCC) head for football policing, believes the behaviour of a "large number" of supporters will have long-term ramifications for those wanting to travel overseas to watch England.
Manchester United midfielder Jesse Lingard scored England's goal. "The last 8 are still being questioned, mainly for violence against police officers", the Amsterdam police said in a tweet.
The Dutch national anthem was also booed by a minority of England fans, an act described as "unacceptable" by England manager Gareth Southgate.
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"So, anything else that takes away from that performance for them would be a great shame".
"They are representing our country in the same way we are".
The flare-ups in Amsterdam come a year after despicable scenes marred England's friendly against Germany in Dortmund.
In a statement released on Twitter, the FA confirmed they will work alongside the UK Football Policing Unit in an attempt to identify those involved.
England fans were also caught up in violent exchanges at the UEFA 2016 European Championship in France and there are fears there may be similar trouble at the Federation Internationale de Football Association 2018 World Cup.
Josh Mahoney, 23, is in Amsterdam with family for his first England game and told the Press Association the police were "very heavy handed".