Video: Legal challenge considered over Hull City row

The Football Supporters' Federation is tonight considering legal action to overturn limits on tickets and travel placed on Hull City fans by West Yorkshire Police for their club's game against Huddersfield.

Hull fans have been given just fifteen hundred tickets and told they must use official club coaches to get to the John Smith stadium.

They say they're being treated like "hooligans". The force had originally wanted to block a live broadcast of the game on Easter Saturday, but backed down. Officers say they have limited the amount of spectators to save on policing costs. Amanda Jacks is from the Football Supporters Federation.