Aldershot Town Football Club has more banning orders against its fans that some Premier League clubs, Home Office figures have revealed.
The Shots , who compete in the fifth tier of English football, in the National League, has a total of five banning orders against its fans as of August 2016.
That is more than Bournemouth (three) and Norwich (one), although Norwich has since been relegated from the Premier League.
Woking FC, in the same league as Aldershot only have one fan banned.
Meanwhile Chelsea is riding high in the football banning order league of shame.
Blues fans are the subject of 60 football banning orders, figures released by the Home Office have revealed.
That is the second highest total of any club in the top five division of English football.
The figures show that 10 out of the 60 were dished out during the 2015/2016 season to fans of the club, who train at Cobham.
Chelsea fans were arrested 14 times for public order offences last season, making it the club’s most common offence type.
There were also five arrests for violent disorder, five for alcohol offences, three for throwing missiles, one for a breach of a banning order, one for criminal damage and one for ticket touting.
Football banning orders are preventative measures issued by the courts either following a conviction for a football-related offence or following complaint by a police forces, including the British Transport Police and Crown Prosecution Service.
Overall, the number of active banning orders is on the decline.
A total of 2,085 were in force on August 1 2016- the latest date for which figures are available. This is a decrease of 96 (4%) from the number on September 8 2015, which is when the last set of figures were released.