September 10, 2014 11.19 am This story is over 115 months old

Four men arrested over football disorder at Lincoln – Grimsby match

Steward also injured: Four local men have been arrested over foot-related disorder at the Lincoln v Grimsby match.

Four local men have been arrested over football-related disorder at the Lincoln v Grimsby (3-2) match on September 9, while a steward has suffered a head injury.

Three of the men were from the Lincoln area. One 22-year-old man was arrested for assaulting a police officer. A 20-year-old man was arrested for breaching S5 of the Public Oder Act and a 49-year-old man was arrested for affray. A 26-year-old Louth man was also arrested for affray.

The arrested men will be interviewed on Wednesday.

During the match, a 41-year-old steward within the ground was knocked to the floor after a chair was thrown.

The man was one of the stewards from Grimsby who had travelled to the match to assist the Lincoln City stewards.

He suffered a head injury which was treated at the ground, he did not require hospital treatment. Police are investigating the incident concerning the steward.

Anyone with any information regarding any of the incidents is asked to contact Lincolnshire Police via the 101 non-emergency number, quoting incident number 282 of September 9.