POLICE today urged: Name and shame these soccer yobs.
They have released CCTV images of violent hooligans and appealed for Huddersfield people to help them put names to the faces.
Pictured in the Examiner today are 10 men who disgraced the name of Huddersfield Town when they played at Hull City last April.
Police are still trying to track down the thugs who were involved in a mass brawl after the game at the KC Stadium on April 24.
And they have issued a new appeal as both clubs look forward to the match at Hull on January 1.
Innocent supporters, including children, were caught up in clashes between gangs after the match in the main car park, near Walton Street.
Police chiefs believe the violence was organised and included members of hooligan gangs the Huddersfield Young Casuals and Hull's Silver Cod Squad.
Now police and both football clubs are working together to make sure there is no repeat of the violence when the sides meet again in Hull on New Year's Day.
Already, Town fans have snapped up 1,400 of the 3,371 tickets on sale.
Det Insp Steve Garmston, of Humberside Police, said the violence last spring was "brutal".
He vowed: "We will catch these criminals."
He added: "I believe this fight, which involved about 50 people, was pre- arranged.
"We have already identified some of those involved and made arrests but we now need the public's help.
"The people pictured are not real supporters. They are using football as an excuse to be violent and cause disorder.
"They showed total disregard for innocent supporters, many of who were caught up in this violence as they left the stadium.
"Sticks were used as weapons and stones and bricks were hurled between the two sets of gangs. They could have hit anyone. `'
More police will be on the streets for the return match and Town supporters will be asked to remain in their seats for 10 minutes after the game so police can clear home fans from the area.
Any fans who have been drinking excessively before the game will not be allowed into the stadium.
Huddersfield Town club secretary Ann Hough said anybody convicted of football hooliganism would be banned for life from the Galpharm Stadium.
"We do have a tiny minority - as most clubs do - that want to cause trouble," she said.
"They are not real supporters and we do not want them to have anything to do with Huddersfield Town.
"We are a family club and we will not stand for these hooligans ruining football for the proper supporters.
"Anyone who does know any of these people should contact police so we can kick them out of football."
* If you do know any of the people pictured phone Det Insp Garmston on 01482 307220.