Arrests after football fans clash

Thames Valley Police have made more arrests after fans of Oxford United and Bristol Rovers clashed at the Kassam Stadium on February 9.

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"Football disorder won't be tolerated"

The Kassam Stadium in Oxford where the clash happened during the match Credit: Press Association Images

Thames Valley Police say they're taking a zero tolerance to football violence after three more men were arrested after clashes between rival Oxford United and Bristol Rover fans. In total six men have been arrested after the match at the Kassam Stadium on February 9.

Supt Christian Bunt, said: “I will not tolerate football related disorder and I expect further arrests to be made. We cannot allow a small number of individuals to threaten the safety and enjoyment of attending a football match.

"We will also be taking a zero tolerance approach on match days where we believe trouble is likely.”

More arrests after football violence

Thames Valley Police have made three more arrests after fans of Oxford United and Bristol Rovers clashed during a mathc at the Kassam Stadium on Saturday, February 9. A 47-year-old man from Marston, a 40-year-old man from Wantage and a 39-year-old man from Witney are all in police custody.

They were arrested on suspicion of committing public order offences. Three people were arrested at the match. Two men, both aged 47, have been released on bail until March 8and a third man, aged 45, has been bailed until March 9.

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