The number of Cobblers fans currently banned from football matches has been released by the Home Office.
The statistics, which run up to September 20 this year, show there are currently only five Northampton fans banned from games.
The statistics are collated by which club individuals support.
The club with the most fans banned in League Two is Scunthorpe United, which has 38 supporters barred from games.
Only seven League Two clubs have fewer fans ‘banned’ than Northampton.
Between November 10 last year and September 20 no Cobblers fans were banned from games.
The report says: “During 2012-13 season the number arrests in connection with all international and domestic football matches involving teams from, or representing, England and Wales was 2,456. “This represents a slight increase of four per cent or 93 arrests, on the 2011-12 total – which was
the lowest total on record.
“The general downwards trend in football-related arrests is continuing, although there remains a significant risk it will escalate if efforts to prevent and tackle football-related disorder are reduced.”
During the 2012-13 League Two season, nine Cobblers fans were arrested – one at Sixfields and eight at away games.
Most of the arrests were for public disorder and pitch invasions.