A SUNDERLAND man has been charged after the Tyne-Wear derby.
Scott Hunter, 33, of Hurstwood Road, Sunderland, has been charged with drunk in/while entering a sports ground and will appear at Newcastle magistrates on March 6.
He was one of 11 football fans arrested after the match, which Sunderland won 3-0.
Ten people were arrested on Saturday and a further arrest was made on this morning.
The match saw a large policing presence across Newcastle and Sunderland as a capacity crowd attended St James’s Park.
Of those arrested on Saturday - two men have been released on police bail, one man has received a caution for a public order offence, one man received a cannabis warning, two men have received penalty notices and another three men, from Stanley, Gateshead and Newcastle, have been charged.