Arsenal have been charged with blocking stairways in the away section while Koln have been charged with four counts: crowd disturbances, setting off fireworks, throwing objects and causing damage.
Fans filmed some elements of the Koln support breaking down barriers as they tried to access the stadium
Many German fans had purchased tickets in the home end and some tried to vault over into the away end, causing conflicts with stewards. With trouble occurring outside the ground and in, concerns over supporter safety prompted the clubs to delay the start of the match.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger had called on UEFA to investigate the events of the night at Emirates Stadium.
“Only they know the facts to analyse what happened,” he said. “They should certainly make an inquiry to find out what happened, for sure.
“There were certainly more people here than had tickets. We left that to the police. I don’t know how they [Koln fans] managed to infiltrate our fans. Did they go through membership or the internet? I don’t know but they did it very well.”