More West Ham United fans were arrested at football matches last season than any other English club, Home Office data has shown.

Police arrested 89 West Ham fans in the 2022 to 2023 season, the most of any club in the top five divisions, and 69 per cent were at London Stadium home games.

The most common offence was public disorder, the data said, with 27 arrests compared with 18 for London rivals Tottenham Hotspur.

In 2022/2023, West Ham also had 52 football banning orders, ranking fifth in that category which was topped by Manchester United, with 69, followed by Millwall's 66.

Hammers supporters were issued the second highest number of new football banning orders, 27, which was 25 behind frontrunner Manchester United.

The Home Office clarified that a banning order may be imposed by a court in the season after the incident happened, so some relate to arrests from the previous season.