Newcastle United fans have topped the list of banning orders in England and Wales for the third consecutive year.
On August 7, the club - on its return to the Premier League - had 111 banning orders against supporters, a slight decrease from 124 last year, and 132 in the 2014/15 season.
On the same date, Sunderland had 23 banning orders - a drop from 37 last year, and 39 in 2014/15, and putting them well down the table.
Middlesbrough had 33 as of August 7 this year, up from 26 last year and 29 in 2014/15.
Hartlepool United were on 13, down from 25 last year. They had 24 in 2014/15.
Top-place Newcastle were followed by Championship club Wolverhampton Wanderers with 75.
The number of football-related arrests decreased overall to 1,638 in 2016/17, down 257 (14%) compared with the previous year.
Championship club Birmingham City had the highest number of fans arrested last season at 72, followed by Premier League outfit West Ham United with 67.
The most common cause for arrest was public disorder, which accounted for 31% of recorded incidents, followed by violent disorder (21%) and alcohol offences (16%).
There was a drop in public disorder incidents from 583 in 2015/16 to 505 last year, and violent disorder (369 to 337), but increases in missile throwing (59 to 91) and pitch incursion (188 to 204).
Arrests for racist chanting fell for the third consecutive year, from 17 in 2015/16 to seven last year, compared with 33 in 2014/15.
The number of alcohol-related arrests were a third of what they were in 2011/12, at 266 in the last season, compared with 800 five years ago.
The numbers showed a sixth consecutive drop in overall banning orders, from 2,085 in 2015/16 to 1,929 last year.
The figures mark a considerable drop (39%) from 3,174 in 2010/11.
Championship fans accounted for the highest proportion of banning orders, with 620 in force in the 2016/17 season (32%), followed by Premier League fans with 507 (26%).
All divisions saw a decrease in the number of football-related arrests, from 431 in the Premier League in 2015/16 to 389 last year.
The clubs in England and Wales with the highest number of banning orders on August 7 were:
1. Newcastle United - 111
2. Wolverhampton Wanderers - 75
3. West Ham United - 57
4. Millwall - 55
5. Manchester United - 49
6. Liverpool - 44
7. Barnsley - 43
8. Chelsea - 42
9. Birmingham City - 41
10. Burnley - 39
= Bristol City - 39
= Bristol Rovers - 39