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Football Banning Orders

Action by the police and courts to ban targeted individuals from attendance at international tournaments and domestic matches is an established facet of modern football.

footballbanningorders.net explores the legal framework of enforcement action against football related violence and disorder available to the authorities in England and Wales. The overview provides a summary of the powers available to the police and the courts. The other links on the left take you to in depth descriptions of;

  • Police powers to prevent attendance at matches
  • When courts will make football banning orders
  • The effect of football banning orders
  • Appeals and exemptions
  • Funding for legal advice and representation
  • The background to the present legislation
  • Statistics on the use of football banning orders
  • New developments

The definitions page assists with understanding many of the terms used throughout the legislation.

 

 

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