Football fans from Chester have been accused of destroying seats and toilets at Glyndwr University Racecourse Stadium following the side’s 1-0 derby day defeat to Wrexham on Saturday (March 7).
Following the match images of rows of broken seats and toilets in the Mold Road Stand were plastered across social media sites.
However, North Wales Police praised fans following the game, saying that the clash had passed off without “serious incident”, with officers making only three arrests.
There was a large police presence which saw three men, one from Chester and two from Wrexham, arrested for public order offences.
Despite the allegations of damage, Wrexham FC board member Spencer Harris, who pioneered the #ReclaimTheGame campaign , following ugly scenes between the two sides, said that most fans behaved yesterday in an “exemplary” manner.
He said: “We thought that the day went very well and the vast majority of fans showed exemplary behaviour.
"They passionately got behind their teams and for Wrexham it was the right result.
“I’m sure that Chester FC will be very disappointed that a small minority of their fans have done this, but it should not detract from what was a huge step forward for both sides.
“Chester FC fans have already taken to social media to condemn the damage that has happened. The day was a real triumph.”
Officials from the two rival clubs are set to meet today to discuss the damage.
Chester FC secretary Calvin Hughes said: “Until we know more details we are unable to comment on the allegations of damage.”