No Kidderminster Harriers supporters were arrested at football matches last season, new figures show.

It comes as the number of arrests made at football games across England and Wales reached a nine-year high.

Offences include throwing missiles, violent and public disorder, alcohol-related offences, and ticket touting.

The National Police Chiefs Council said the police "are continuing to take positive action" to reduce a rising trend in disorder at football matches.

Home Office figures show police arrested no Kidderminster Harriers supporters throughout the 2021-22 or 2022-23 campaigns.

Nationally, 2,264 football-related arrests were made, up from what was already an eight-year high of 2,198 in the previous campaign.

This included 200 arrests for the possession of class A drugs – which was added as an offence under the Football Spectators Act in November – and 101 arrests in England and Wales relating to the World Cup in Qatar.

Chief Constable Mark Roberts, NPCC lead for football policing, said: "It is encouraging to see a slight reduction in the number of reported incidents, but we must put this into context and remember that the level of disorder we are seeing across football continues to be much higher than before the pandemic.

"Police are continuing to take positive action to reverse this trend by making a high number of arrests."