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|Subject: Argyle bigger than Man City Fri Sep 23, 2022 9:27 pm|| |
when it comes to troublesome fans getting banning orders.. Still someway to catch Millwall though but i feel with some investment we should get there soon.
Plymouth Argyle football-related arrests, new banning orders for 2021/22 revealed
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- A record number of Plymouth Argyle fans were arrested for football-related offences last season.
Argyle supporters were arrested 37 times for football-related offences in 2021/22, according to new figures from the Home Office. That is the highest number on record for the club since they began in 2014/15.
Argyle’s arrest figures put them in 15th place in the country.
Top 20 clubs
West Ham United: 95
Manchester City: 76
Manchester United: 72
Leicester City: 59
Tottenham Hotspur: 45
Leeds United: 44
Queens Park Rangers: 43
Sheffield Wednesday: 40
Plymouth Argyle: 37
Birmingham City: 34
Coventry City: 33
Nottingham Forest: 33
Swindon Town: 33
A total of 26 of Argyle’s arrests were for public disorder, while three were for pitch incursions.
A total of 23 new banning orders were issued to Argyle fans last season. That is the fourth highest number of any club in the country.
Club: New banning orders
Leicester City: 28
Plymouth Argyle: 23
Manchester City: 20
West Ham United: 18
Derby County: 15
Queens Park Rangers: 14
Newcastle United: 14
Manchester United: 14
An Argyle spokesperson told Plymouth Live: "Plymouth Argyle is a fan and family-focused club, and we do not tolerate anti-social behaviour at Home Park or elsewhere.
"The club works proactively with relevant agencies and local police to ensure that Argyle matches are safe and inclusive.
"When behaviour falls short of the expected standard, the club acts swiftly to identify those responsible, applying appropriate measures - and we will continue to do so."
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Overall, there were 2,198 football-related arrests in England and Wales in 2021/22. That is up from 1,381 in 2018/19, the last full season before the Covid-19 pandemic.
Back in 2010/11, when records began, a total of 3,089 football-related arrests were made. Arrests were on a downward trend from that point, with this season being the most significant rise on record.
Season: football-related arrests
When looked at compared to attendances, the number of football-related arrests is quite low.
The Home Office estimated total football attendances to have been 41.9 million last season. That works out as 5.2 arrests for every 100,000 attendees.
Aside from arrests, the Home Office also records the number of different incidents which do not always lead to an arrest.
Reports of hate crime have increased dramatically since records began in 2017/18. A total of 384 hate crimes were reported in 2021/22, which is up from 287 in 2019/20, 193 in 2018/19 and 131 in 2017/18.
Race hate crime make up the majority of those with 283 incidents last season, up from 214 in 2019/20, 152 in 2018/19 and 94 in 2017/18.
Hate crimes regarding sexual orientation are up, with 106 reported last season compared to 78 in 2019/20, 37 in 2018/19, and 27 in 2017/18.
There were also 14 incidents of religious hate crime reported last season, eight for disability and three for gender identity.
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|Subject: Re: Argyle bigger than Man City Sat Sep 24, 2022 10:19 am|| |
It's not terrible really when you apply a bit of perspective, Argyle are obviously less tolerant of bad behavior than other clubs but not a bad thing however out of an average home crowd of plus ten thousand fans which over a season must be more than twenty thousand people we only had just over twenty people that couldn't behave themselves.
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|Subject: Re: Argyle bigger than Man City Sat Sep 24, 2022 11:49 am|| |
I'm suprised we even made the list seeing how sanitised it's all become. Pfft.
Sit down, shut up, doff your cap only when we score.
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