Two public order arrests after Hull City v Millwall match
Police at the Hull City v Millwall match on Saturday made only two arrests.
Visitors to the KC Stadium had been warned there would be a high-visibility police presence at the match.
In 2009, 16 Hull City and two Millwall hooligans were jailed and 11 others fined when the two sides met.
Inspector Mark Naylor said: "We had one arrest in the stadium when the stewards attempted to eject a male who became abusive.
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"They requested the police and he was arrested for a public order offence.
"Another man was arrested after the game at the station when the Millwall fans were waiting to board the train to go home.
"Again, that was a public order offence."
Both men arrested were from the Hull area.
Insp Naylor said: "I think the police presence gave the genuine fans who just wanted to enjoy the game some reassurance.
"They could see we were prepared if there were any issues. I'm pleased with how it went."
Hull City won the game 4-1.