Football-related arrests and football banning orders 2013/14 – Newcastle United Top

The Home Office Football-related arrests and football banning order statistics for Conference, League 2, League 1, Championship, and Premier League, for the Season 2013-14 have been released.

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The report shoes another annual decrease of 183 0r 7% in League and cup competitions throughout the football pyramid. The total number of arrests stands at 2273 for the reporting period for the year ending September 3rd 2014.

 

The Premier League saw 596 arrests (total attendance of (13,930,810, The Championship 561 (9,189,051), League One 283 (4,199,179) League Two 159 (2,443,978) and the Conference Premier 135. The FA Cup figures show FA Cup 159 (1,889,624), Football League Cup 119 (1,362,360), and the Football League Trophy 70 (205,893)

 

Newcastle United top the pile with 127, followed by Cardiff City 93, Chelsea 91 and Millwall with 72. Grimsby Town would not only top the conference but League 2 too. Clearly this will be a contentious topic for fans of all clubs therefore we will leave you to view the full report and draw your own conclusions. For those wanting to see the full arrests and banning orders report it can be downloaded here

HOME OFFICE REPORT 

 

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Posted on September 11, 2014, in Uncategorized, Vanarama Premier News and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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