WITNESSES are being sought after rival fans clashed at the Burnley v Arsenal Premier League game at Turf Moor on Saturday.

The FA has launched an investigation after seats were torn up and missiles hurled in the Cricket Field stand at the end of the match.

And police are appealing for mobile phone footage and witnesses following the ‘shocking’ disorder.

Officers responded to disorder involving both sets of supporters during the game.

An investigation ongoing between the police and Burnley Football Club to identify those responsible.

Police said a number of suspects have already been identified and will be spoken to in due course.

Plastic drinks bottles and coins were thrown and seats ripped up, with both home and away fans fighting for several minutes after the final whistle.

One person was arrested outside the ground.

PC Dan Fish said: “The disorder witnessed during the match was shocking and not in any way reflective of true football fans.

“This kind of behaviour will not be tolerated by Lancashire Police or Burnley Football Club.

“We are working closely with our colleagues at Burnley Football Club to identify the individuals responsible. That work is very much progressing.

“We are aware of footage of the disorder being widely shared on social media.

“We would ask that anybody who has footage which could support our investigation to send it to police.”

Anyone with information or footage is asked to email 545@lancashire.police.uk or call 101, quoting log 0715 of September 18.

Alternatively report it online.