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The Black Cats will be hoping to replicate their 2022/23 season, when they surprised most Championship opponents and finished in the play-off places.

Tony Mowbray’s side have had a fantastic start to the season, but they will be aware that there is still a long way to go and that nothing is certain in this division.

Sunderland are well-known for having one of the largest supporter following in the EFL, regardless of league.

At the Stadium of Light, as well as all other EFL venues, fans cheer on their team. Sunderland’s current crop of players will rely on their backing once more this season as they compete for a place in the Premier League.

We at Football League World decided to examine at how many Sunderland fans were detained during the 2022/23 season…

In 2022/23, how many Sunderland AFC fans were arrested?

The Home Office just released last season’s arrest numbers, which show how many arrests each club in England made over the season.

Sunderland had 30 arrests last season, tying them for 20th place on the list. This figure is up from the previous season, when the Black Cats were arrested 21 times.

However, it is an improvement over the previous season, when Sunderland had 34 arrests prior to the pandemic.

According to the Chronicle Live, the majority of Sunderland’s arrests previous season were for public disruption, with 16 fitting that description.

Two people were arrested for drug possession, three for missile throwing, three for alcohol offenses, two for pitch invasion, two for violent disruption, and one for racial yelling.

According to this source, two-thirds of Sunderland fans were arrested at the Stadium of Light, while a third were arrested elsewhere.

How do Sunderland AFC’s arrests compare to those of other teams?

In the 2022/23 season, it was two Premier League teams who had the most arrests last season, with West Ham United having the most with 89, followed by Manchester United with 83. There is then a bit of a drop-off, with the latest teams being Leeds United, Manchester City, Arsenal, and Tottenham Hotspur with 69, 66, and 51, respectively. The Championship team with the most arrests last season was Birmingham City and Millwall with 47. Sunderland’s local rivals Newcastle United and Middlesbrough had 39 and 35 arrests, respectively, meaning they had more than Sunderland. Rotherham United were the side who had the least number of arrests in the Championship, as they only had four in the whole of the 2022/23 season. Most clubs in the

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