Report says there were as many as 2,181 active banning orders in England and Wales from 4th September 2014 to 8th September 2015.

The number of banning orders in football of England and Wales has surprisingly went down for the fourth year in succession.

There were 2,181 active banning orders in England and Wales from 4th September 2014 to 8th September 2015.

That is amazingly 4 per cent down from the 2,273 active orders in 2013-14 season and 31 per cent down from the highest 3,174 as at 29th November 2011.

However, a total of 484 new banning orders issued in 2014-15 season. In that list Bristol Rovers supporters received the most (31) following the Burnley fans’ banning orders (26) whereas Liverpool fans had 23 banning orders.

The Supporters of Newcastle United still top the list in terms of total banning orders.

Magpies supporters received as many as 132 banning orders. Chelsea supporters have the second highest total (79) in the list followed by West Ham (67), Millwall (64), Bristol City (62), Leeds (58) and Cardiff (56).

But Fans can receive multiple banning orders, so the numbers do not always relate to the figure of fans subject to banning orders.

Total banning orders in EPL

  1.  Newcastle United: 132
  2.  Chelsea: 79
  3.  West Ham United: 67
  4.  Burnley: 54
  5.  Liverpool: 53
  6.  Manchester United: 49
  7.  Sunderland: 39
  8.  Tottenham Hotspur: 37
  9.  Arsenal: 36
  10.   Manchester City: 35
  11.   Aston Villa: 31
  12.   Crystal Palace: 31
  13.   Everton: 25
  14.   Leicester City: 24
  15.   West Bromwich Albion: 21
  16.   Hull City: 19
  17.   Queens Park Rangers: 19
  18.   Stoke City: 19
  19.   Southampton: 17
  20.   Swansea City: 15


New banning orders in EPL

Arsenal: 8

Aston Villa: 11

Burnley: 26

Chelsea: 12

Crystal Palace: 0

Everton: 5

Hull City: 3

Leicester City: 3

Liverpool: 23

Manchester City: 3

Manchester United: 11

Newcastle United: 13

Queens Park Rangers: 7

Southampton: 1

Stoke City: 4

Sunderland: 8

Swansea City: 4

Tottenham Hotspur: 7

West Bromwich Albion: 4

West Ham United: 13

*Courtesy: Mirror




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