UPDATE: Eighty-seven supporters arrested at Lincoln City fixture against Nuneaton released on bail
A total of 87 people were arrested after trouble flared before, during and after Lincoln City's vital Blue Square Bet Premier fixture at Nuneaton.
Everyone was arrested on suspicion of violent disorder.
It is not believed that any of the people arrested are Lincoln City supporters.
Warwickshire Police have bailed all the people arrested.
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Trouble broke out shortly before 10.30am in a number of licensed premises in the town.
Officers from Warwickshire, West Mercia, West Midlands and the British Transport police were deployed as incidents were reported for the next five hours.
Arrests were made from 3.20pm at the Granby pub in the town centre with all suspects arrested on suspicion of violent disorder.
They were subsequently transported into custody by coach.
Chief Inspector Adrian Knight, who was in charge of the policing operation, said: "Police officers responded to reports of disorder at a number of public houses in the town, and were deployed in full protective equipment for their own safety.
"PSUs [Police Support Units] from three forces - Warwickshire, West Mercia and West Midlands - were all deployed and were successful in containing the disorder and protecting the safety and well being of the general public.
"This operation was a true collaboration utilising resources from across the region.
"I am extremely grateful to our regional colleagues from West Mercia, West Midlands and British Transport Police for their support in this operation, it has been a particularly challenging day.
"It was important to take a positive approach from the start of the operation and as a result of that approach a significant number of people have been arrested for serious offences and will now be processed.
"Warwickshire Police is committed to protecting people from harm, whether they live in the county or are visiting, and we will not tolerate any behaviour which puts them at risk.
"Anyone intent on causing trouble in Warwickshire should be aware that we will deal with them robustly."
Did you see the trouble? Call Sam Morris on 01522 804318.