Two teenagers and a man have been bailed, and another man remains in police custody, after a disturbance in a pub following the Rotherham United and Sheffield United derby at the weekend.
Police were called to The Corn Law Rhymer pub, High Street, Rotherham, at around 5.15pm on Saturday, after Rotherham’s 3-1 victory.
Supporters from both teams were in the bar when glasses were hurled.
Two boys aged 16 and 17, and a 59-year-old man, all from Sheffield, were arrested on suspicion of affray and violent disorder and bailed pending further inquiries.
Another 59-year-old man, from Sheffield, who was arrested on suspicion of violent disorder, remained in police custody yesterday.
Anyone in the pub who witnessed the disturbance is asked to call police on 101.