Two men have been given three-year Football Banning Orders after taking part in a pitch invasion during a game between Gillingham and Accrington Stanley last month.
Ryan Kelly, 27, of Trafalgar Street in Gillingham and Leon Cooper, 27, of Linden Road in Gillingham were arrested and charged with Section 4 of the Football Offences Act.
The court heard that Kelly and Cooper ran onto the pitch and slid on their knees in front of the goal.
They are now banned from attending any football match in England and Wales and overseas for the next three years.
Gillingham clinched the npower League Two title today despite surrendering a two-goal lead to AFC Wimbledon.
The already-promoted Gills drew 2-2 to seal their first silverware since 1964 after they claimed the point they needed at home.
Deon Burton and Danny Kedwell gave the newly-crowned champions a 2-0 lead at home over struggling Wimbledon, who are now one point adrift of safety ahead of their final game of the season against Fleetwood.
Jack Midson and Jon Meades both scored after the break for the visitors but they were unable to find a much-needed third goal which would have lifted them out of the relegation zone.
Gillingham secured top spot in League Two after drawing with AFC Wimbledon. Its their first trophy in nearly fifty years. They let a 2 - 0 lead slip, but no one cared as the Gills went up as Champions. Oxford beat Rochdale 3 - 0 in their last home game of the season.
Aldershot gave their slim survival hopes a boost with a 1 - 0 win over Dagenham and Redbridge.
It was a big day for Gillingham in League Two who have sealed promotion with victory over Torquay - today's one nil win secures the Gills a place in League One next season. Our reporter John Ryall sent this report from the Priestfield Stadium.
If results go their way this weekend Gillingham FC could seal promotion to League One at home to Torquay on Saturday. Derek Johnson speaks to fans and former players ahead of the big match.
In Football's League 2, just two games were played by our region's teams because of waterlogged pitches. Southend lost away at Burton Albion, while Oxford United beat AFC Wimbledon 3-nil.