Thirty Coventry Fans Have Banning Orders

10 October 2013 12:13
Latest Police Figures

Coventry City have thirty fans on banning orders according to the latest figures released by the Home Office.

Worst club in League One for banning orders are Bradford City who have 62 banned, followed by Bristol City with 56.

During 2012-13 season the number arrests in connection with all international and domestic football ("regulated") matches involving teams from, or representing, England and Wales was 2,456, an increase of 4%.

There were 231 arrests in League One last season and the figures show disorder both violent and public accounted for 139 arrests whilst alcohol accounted for fifty arrests.

At Coventry City matches last season, there were 29 arrests of City fans (ten at home and nineteen away). Eighteen of those arrests were  for public disorder, three for violent disorder, one for missile throwing, one for racist chanting, two for pitch incursions, two for alcohol related offences and two for breaching a banning order.

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Source: Coventry MAD