Police are appealing for help to identify 22 football fans after sporting rivalry between Charlton and Crystal Palace turned violent.

Officers from Croydon are looking into Palace’s Capital One clash against the Addicks in September, which the home side won 4-1.

They have now released imagery of a group of men they would like to speak with further and are urging east Londoners to get in touch with any information.

Palace fan Matthew Packham told the Standard: “The police knew I was a Palace fan and on the way to the ground they put me straight into a huge mob of Charlton fans. It wasn’t nice.

“Afterwards, they couldn’t control anything. Fireworks were going off around the children.”

So far, 13 arrests have been made in connection with the incident at Selhurst Park on September 23.

These relate to disorder both inside and outside the London ground.

Enquiries are ongoing.

Anyone with any information should contact the Operation Veery investigation team on 020 8649 0216 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 quoting the image reference number.

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