Championship football fans arrested in 2022/23 - where Birmingham City, Millwall & West Brom rank - gallery

New Home Office figures show the latest data on football-related arrests during the 2022/23 Championship campaign

The Home Office has released the latest figures on the number of football banning orders and arrests across England and Wales for the 2022/23 season.

Data taken on 1 August 2023 showed there were a total of 1,624 football banning orders in force, an increase of 24% compared with 28 July 2022 (1,308). Within the 2022 to 2023 football season, 682 new banning orders were issued, an increase of 32% compared with the 2021 to 2022 football season.

In the 2022 to 2023 football season there were also 2,264 football-related arrests.

For clubs in the top 5 divisions, around half (47%; 962) of the 2,037 football-related arrests were at home games.

The most common football-related arrest offence types were public disorder (34%), violent disorder (21%), alcohol offences (9%) and the possession of class A drugs (9%).

We’ve take a look at the number of fan arrests for each Championship club in the 2022/23 season:

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