Cambridgeshire Police have become the latest force to confirm they are investigating "multiple" allegations of abuse related to football.
They said they were reacting to allegations received by the NSPCC, who launched a dedicated hotline for sexual abuse victims earlier this month.
A spokesperson said: "We have received multiple historical allegations from the NSPCC of abuse related to football in Cambridgeshire.
"The inquiries were received recently (the weekend of 26/27th) and are being looked into."
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