Burnley high up banning list

Police keep a close eye on away fans at Turf Moor
Police keep a close eye on away fans at Turf Moor

Of the new football banning orders issued in 2014/15, Burnley received the second-most in the country.

There were 26 new orders for Clarets fans, behind Bristol Rovers, with 31.

Liverpool were next in line with 23.

There were a total of 2,181 active banning orders in England and Wales between September 4th, 2014 and September 8th 2015 – the number falling for the fourth year in a row.

There were 2,273 active orders in 2013-14, with the high of 3,174 as at 29 November 2011.

Newcastle United, with 132, have the most total banning orders, ahead of Chelsea, with 79, and West Ham, with 67.

A total of 484 new banning orders were issued in 2014-15.

Burnley had the most new banning orders in the Premier League – Arsenal 8; Aston Villa 11; Burnley 26; Chelsea 12; Crystal Palace 0; Everton 5; Hull 3; Leicester 3; Liverpool 23; Manchester City 3; Manchester United 11; Newcastle United 13; QPR 7; Southampton 1; Stoke City 4; Sunderland 8; Swansea City 4; Tottenham 7; West Brom 4; West Ham 13.

Total banning orders – Newcastle United 132; Chelsea 79; West Ham 67; Burnley 54; Liverpool 53; Manchester United 49; Sunderland 39; Tottenham 37; Arsenal 36; Manchester City 35; Aston Villa 31; Crystal Palace 31; Everton 25; Leicester 24; West Brom 21; Hull 19; QPR 19; Stoke City 19; Southampton 17; Swansea City 15.