Police are seeking to ban fans involved in the mass brawl that took place between Oldham Athletic and Wrexham AFC fans this weekend. 

Greater Manchester Police's Oldham central team confirmed they had arrested 11 men on suspicion of violent disorder following the incidents that took place before Saturday's National League game at Boundary Park. 

They have all since been released on bail, pending further investigation. 

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GMP say dispersal powers under anti-social behaviour within the Crime and Policing Act 2014 were authorised for both sets of fans who engaged in disorder and approximately 60 football fans from both Wrexham and Oldham were issued with the direction to leave.

Superintendent Phillip Hutchinson, Silver Commander for the afternoon’s operation said: “Disorder and violence at football matches is unacceptable and we have launched a post-match investigation to identify more offenders who will be arrested and placed before the courts, where we will seek football banning orders.

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"We appreciate the passion and support that fans want to show for their team, however violent disorder and anti-social behaviour will never be tolerated in our communities.”

Police are asking anyone with information to contact 101. You can also contact them on gmp.police.uk.

Alternatively, information can be shared anonymously via the independent charity - Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.