Home Office reveals figures for court orders
According to figures announced today by the Home Office, some 3,842 arrests were made for football-related offences at domestic and international matches in England and Wales last season – that’s 1.21 arrests per game. Decent scoring rate, that, Gary.
The figures also revealed how many court orders were awarded to each club’s fans. Here’s your starter for ten: which three clubs do you think have fans with the most court orders? A point for each club; one bonus point if you get them in the right order…
Answer after the jump:
Nationally, there were 3,172 court orders imposed on football fans last season. These clubs had the worst-behaved supporters:
1. Leeds United (152 orders)
2. Cardiff City (136)
3. Millwall (117)
There’s a surprise!
Anyone guess all three teams, and in the correct order?