Two men have received three year football banning orders following an incident in Crewe on 10 January 2015, prior to the Crewe Alexandra versus Gillingham match.
Ashley Worrall, 30, from Crewe, and Jordon Glynn, 18, from Stoke on Trent, were both arrested by officers in relation to a fight which occurred at the Corner Bar on Nantwich Road, Crewe, in which one man was injured.
Worrall and Glynn both appeared at South Cheshire Magistrates on Monday 2 February where they both plead guilty to Section 4 public order offences.
The pair both received three year football banning orders and fines, costs and victims surcharges totalling Â£145.00 each.
Football banning orders are part of specific football legislation, the orders mean that both Glynn and Worrall will not be able to attend any professional football match in the UK for a period of three years.
The pair will also need to surrender their passport prior to all international football tournaments involving the England, Wales or Scotland teams.