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Wembley Crowd Trouble – ‘Caused by Two Families

Police have arrested 14 people after violence broke out among Millwall fans during the FA Cup semi-final against Wigan. Sources have told Sky that Millwall are investigating the possibility the fighting could have been triggered by a dispute between two families within the crowd. During the second

Manchester and Liverpool hooligans target Marine FC fixture

RIVAL football fans have been blamed after troubled flared at Marine FC’s home match with FC United of Manchester. Two men were arrested and police were forced to break up a number of fights following Saturday’s game which was attended by over 1,200 supporters. Tensions between the

News Report: Football arrests ‘down by 24%’

The number of arrests from football matches involving football teams from England and Wales has dropped by nearly a quarter, the Home Office has announced. Arrests at international and domestic games in 2011/12 dropped by 24% to 2,363, 726 fewer than in the previous year. It means

Increase in young football hooligans, say police

Senior police are warning over the possible emergence of a new generation of football hooligans after incidents involving young people almost doubled. Association of Chief Police Officers figures seen by BBC Radio 5 live show there were 221 incidents last season, up from 114 in 2007. Overall

“Dont bring your kids, Bring Bats!” – News Report 2009

Hooligans behind violent clashes at a match between West Ham and Millwall today boasted about the rampage which ended in one fan being stabbed. Evidence has emerged showing thugs organised the riots at the Carling Cup match on internet chatrooms. One message said: ‘Make sure you bring

Hooliganism Will Not Go Away – News Report

They hunt in packs, fuelled by cocaine, hooked on violence and occasionally wielding chains. Some are as old as 65. They use mobile phones and the internet to arrange showdowns with rival “firms” at agreed locations away from prying CCTV cameras and police surveillance. This is the