Swansea City near the bottom of the table - for fan arrests
SWANSEA City is near the bottom of the table for Premier League fan arrests, according to the latest figures.
Thirteen Swans supporters were arrested during all competitions last season, with only Fulham, Reading and West Brom and Norwich having better records.
Three of the arrests were at the Liberty, while 10 were on the road.
Half of the Jack Army arrests were for offences of violence or public order, while two were for racist or indecent chanting, two were for alcohol offences, one was for throwing missiles, one for pitch incursion and one for breaching a football banning order.
Top of the Premier League list of shame is Newcastle United, with 175 arrests in the 2012-13 season.
The Home Office figures also show that as of September 20, 2013, there were 44 football banning orders in place against Swansea City fans, putting the club in mid-table in the list of bans.
Meanwhile some 26 Cardiff City fans were arrested last season, putting them near the bottom of the Championship arrests tables — but the club leads the way in banning orders with 121 in place, the highest for any league club.