• 2,456 arrests made at domestic and international matches
• Most banning orders in top flight for Manchester United fans
• Football-related arrests: how it differs by club and offence
The number of arrests made during the 2012-13 season at domestic and international matches involving teams from England and Wales increased by 4%, according to a Home Office report.
The total number of arrests made was 2,456, while 471 banning orders were issued to supporters during the period November 2012 to September 2013.
In the top flight, Manchester United supporters received the most banning orders in that period with 17. Outside the Premier League, Bristol City received 34, Scunthorpe United 27, Leeds United 24 and Millwall 23.
There were 1,007 arrests made at Premier League matches last season, with Newcastle United fans earning 175. The highest number of arrests made for racist or indecent chanting came at West Ham, who received nine.
More than 100,000 supporters travelled to European away matches in the Champions League and Europa League matches. These 44 matches resulted in just 20 arrests of away fans.