Lancashire Police have released CCTV images of six men who they would like to speak to following disorder before the Burnley v Southampton match last month.
The match took place on Saturday, December 13, and saw Burnley take on Southampton at Turf Moor.
Shortly before the match, a small group of people thought to be Burnley supporters entered the grounds and made their way to another entrance where they confronted rival supporters and engaged in violent disorder.
A post-match investigation was launched and officers have identified a number of people they would like to speak to in connection with the incident.
- Click below to see the CCTV images.
Unfortunately a small number of fans took it upon themselves to act violently towards others and cause disruption before the game.
"We cannot afford to let the actions of a minority spoil games like these for the true fans and to behave like this towards fellow football supporters is wholly unacceptable."
Anyone with information should contact Lancashire Police on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
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