Football hate crime at matches in England and Wales rose by 47% last season

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Racism was reported at 152 matches in the 2018-19 season, up from 94 in the previous period.Incidents of hate crime at football matches in England and Wales rose by 47% last season, according to new Home Office figures.In the 2018-19 season there were hate crime incidents – 79% of which related to race – at 193 matches, up from 131.Manchester City’s Raheem Sterling and Arsenal’s Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang were among Premier League players targeted.But football-related arrests dropped overall by 10% to 1,381 in 2018-19.The Home Office report said the rise in hate crime is likely to be partially down to improvements in recording incidents at matches.Deputy Chief C

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