A Cambridge United fan has been banned from attending football matches in England and Wales for four years.
Shane Rouse, 40, was convicted of a public order offence and obstructing a PC at Cambridge Magistrates' Court last week.
The charges related to his behaviour at Cambridge United's match against Nuneaton on 24 September.
Rouse, of Rogers Road, Swaffham Prior, Cambridge, was given a four-year football banning order and may also be made to surrender his passport when there are international fixtures.
PC Debbie Pearl, of Cambridgeshire Police, said: "We will not tolerate any type of anti-social behaviour and will take robust action against anyone involved in disorder at matches.
"This should be a warning to anyone who wants to get involved in disorder at matches, no matter how small it may seem."
Cambridge United is among 542 projects to benefit from cash grants from the Heritage Lottery Fund.
The Conference side is using volunteer researchers to create a database, make a film and produce a smartphone app that will encourage people to explore the club's 100 year history.
Cambridge Fans United spokesperson David Matthew-Jones said: "The project will enable some very passionate football fans and local people to really get to learn about the fantastic heritage of the Club."
Cambridge United have named Richard Money as head coach.
The former Luton Town boss will assume responsibility for first team affairs. More details can be found on the club website.