banning order

banning order

an order made on an offender prohibiting that person from entering premises to watch a football match or travelling abroad so to do.
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ONE of Teesside's most prolific football hooligans has been given a five-year banning order for a catalogue of matchday mayhem.
The police stats show Bluebirds supporters were issued with just one new banning order last season - significantly down from the 10 new ones that they received the previous year.
NEWCASTLE United 'fans' have topped the football banning order league of shame for the third consecutive year.
The Home Office recorded 13 arrests last season as well as the issue of a new banning order to one Town fan last season.
If a landlord or property agent is subject to a banning order they could be prevented from letting or managing a property indefinitely.
Last season, 39 Everton fans were arrested but the club remains nowhere on the banning order league table.
The sheriff said that it would be "pointless" to add another football banning order to the two already running.
Six of them have now been summonsed to court for breach of a football banning order.
However, during the 2014/15 season just one fresh banning order was issued to a Dragons supporter, latest figures show.
Insp Lewis-Jones warned that even if you're watching a match in a pub or on a big-screen you could still face a banning order if you commit an offence.
Michael Harding, 30, was given an eight-year banning order and a three-month suspended jail sentence, a 12-month supervision order and 80 hours unpaid work.
If you get a banning order in England, it prevents you from attending any match in England and Wales.