The side's achievement in qualifying for
Serbian supporters, players and other officials appeared to get involved while
A statement from the FA read: "The FA condemns both the scenes of racism and the confrontation at the final whistle during which time our players and staff were under extreme provocation.
"The FA has reported a number of incidents of racism to UEFA following the fixture.
"These were seemingly aimed at a number of England black players by the crowd. The matter is now with UEFA."
Rose was pushed in the back as he left the field and gestured that monkey taunts had been aimed towards him. England assistant coach
"Punches, headbutts were thrown, and God knows what else. We will let the authorities deal with this at UEFA."
Pearce had spoken before the game of his confidence that the issue of racism would not raise itself.
A match between the two countries at the 2007 Under-21 European Championship in
Serbia was fined £16,000 ($25,000) by European football's governing body UEFA after that incident, but Pearce had said he thought the game in the Balkan country had moved on since then.
Former England captain
Ince, whose son Thomas had been playing in the match, said: "It is disgraceful. There is no excuse for the scenes we have just seen.
"There were punches being thrown; if it was me they would be kicked out for the next five tournaments, European, World Cups."
The under-21 side's captain
Henderson told TheFA.com: "The players coped with the abuse really well. It's not nice. They kept their heads and were professional.
"The players completely condemn what happened. There were also stones, coins and seats getting thrown at us."
In terms of the action, England produced another fine display of defensive resilience, recording a sixth clean sheet in seven outings to protect their 1-0 first-leg lead and reach next summer's finals in
Wickham wrapped up victory by rolling the ball into an empty goal to finish off an injury-time counter-attack which had seen the Serbian goalkeeper go forward for a set-piece.
England's Football Association and the Ferdinand brothers led a wave of angry reaction to UEFA's announcement of Serbia being fined 80,000 euros (£65,000) and ordered to play a match behind closed doors after racist chanting and violence towards England's under-21 players.