Football fans are being urged not to 'lose it all for football' ahead of this summer's Euro 2016 tournament.
West Yorkshire Police and the Police and Crime Commissioner are have sent out a message to football fans after receiving a high volume of calls relating to domestic abuse incidents during major tournaments.
During Euro 2012 and the World Cup, police saw domestic abuse increase by a third and received an average of 110 calls per game.
In the month leading up to the tournament, officers have been sending red cards to people who are wanted on warrant for domestic abuse offences and directing them to hand themselves in or face arrest when the Police see fit.
West Yorkshire Police are urging football fans to enjoy the upcoming tournament in the right spirit and have warned that inflamed passions and excess alcohol will be no excuse for domestic abuse ahead of England’s first Euro 2016 game on 11 June.