Police have thanked fans for their behaviour after yesterday’s Bradford City v Millwall play off tie concluded safely.
West Yorkshire Police undertook a full policing operation during the Football League One Semi-final tie on Sunday afternoon.
In total, officers made two arrests at the largely good natured fixture.
West Yorkshire Police Match Commander, Detective Chief Inspector Daniel Greenwood, said: “The high profile game between Bradford and Millwall has passed off largely without incident.
“As always, we worked closely with both clubs and the Football League prior to the match to ensure fans could support their teams in a safe environment.
“Whilst a small number of supporters let themselves down with their behaviour, the vast majority of people showed their support for their clubs and made the match an enjoyable event.
“I would like to thank the overwhelming majority of fans on both sides for attending and enjoying the game in the right spirit and wish both sides the best of luck for the second leg.