There were no police incidents or arrests of British nationals in Qatar during England and Wales’ World Cup campaigns.
British police have been deployed to the country to act as “cultural interpreters” between fans and local law enforcement.
The head of Britain’s football police, Chief Constable Mark Roberts, has praised Qatar fans for their “exemplary behaviour”.
However, there have been 531 football-related incidents in the UK.
Of those, 150 came on Saturday night, when England lost to France in the quarter-finals.
A total of 115 arrests have been made since the start of the tournament, a high proportion of which relate to incidents at licensed premises.
At the same World Cup stage in Russia in 2018, 225 football-related arrests were made in the UK.
Roberts said Qatar’s alcohol restrictions had contributed to fan behavior “to some degree”.
“England and Wales’ behavior in Qatar was absolutely exemplary,” he said.
“At Russia 2014 there were three arrests but, with two teams in this tournament, we played double the number of group stage games, including a home derby, which underlines the good nature of our supporters.”