A group of Leicester City supporters went on a violent rampage in Nottingham, caught on CCTV smashing the outside of a pub with chairs, tables and bottles as families dined inside.
Tables, chairs and bottles were hurled at the windows of the Fat Cat bar in the city centre ahead of the match against Leicester City - resulting in three men from Leicester being jailed for their actions.
The men had all pleaded guilty after footage was played in court of football supporters, including the defendants, attacking the bar and smashing the windows - where families were dining inside at lunchtime on February 6 last year.
At least three people suffered minor injuries.
Judge Nirmal Shant, King's Counsel, said: "This was a disgraceful incident where there was an attack on an establishment."
She said a number of men, including the defendants, were shouting obscenities and a young child was heard screaming.
Football banning orders were made on all defendants. Those who were jailed were given banning orders lasting six years.
Those defendants whose sentences were suspended were ordered to pay compensation of £250 each and their football banning orders were set at four years each.
The following sentences were handed down by the judge:
Tyrone Smith, 38, of Central Road, Leicester - 16 months in prison
Craig Jones, 23, of Arden Avenue, Leicester - 16 months in prison
Craig Flint, 41, of Silver Street, Whitwick, Coalville, Leicestershire - 21 months in prison
Przemyslaw Danik, 41, of Rutland Street, Leicester, - 15 months (suspended for 2 yrs)
Neil Munden, 53, of Winforde Crescent, Leicester - 15 months (suspended for 2 yrs)
Samuel Malloy, 25, of Warwick Avenue, Kettering - 14 months (suspended for 2 yrs)
Nathan Charles, 37, of Pits Avenue, Braunstone Town - 14 months (suspended for 2 yrs)
Warren Green, 60, of Peverel Road, Leicester - 14 months (suspended for 2 yrs)