SOCCER louts are getting the personal treatment from West Yorkshire Police.
Ninety people in West Yorkshire - including some in Huddersfield - have been given Football Banning Orders, which means they are barred from going to matches worldwide.
All had to surrender their passports by midnight on Sunday, to make sure they could not travel to the Euro 2004 championships in Portugal and cause trouble this month.
Special constables have called at all their homes, to make sure passports have been handed in.
Police are also liaising with the Passport Office in Liverpool to catch out any who try to get replacement passports.
The specials also warned the convicted hooligans during their visits to their homes that if they ignore the order they will be arrested, charged and could face a maximum six-month prison sentence or a heavy fine.
A police spokesman said: "We have a number of operations running as part of this clamp- down. Football is a sporting event to be enjoyed by genuine fans, not ruined by mindless individuals intent on causing trouble."
He added: "If you think you can get away with breaching a banning order, or bypassing police checks, think again.
"We know who you are - and we're watching you."
The launch of the security operation comes as England coach Sven-Goran Eriksson appealed to fans at the tournament to recreate the carnival atmosphere of the 2002 World Cup - rather than jeopardising the team's chances with outbreaks of violence.
He said hooliganism similar to that at France 98 and Euro 2000 in Holland and Belgium would damage the image of the game and the country "beyond imagination."
Eriksson added: "I hope the supporters conduct themselves as they did at the World Cup two years ago. They were fantastic and left such a positive impression - dedicated to their team and respectful of their hosts.
"England supporters carry a weighty responsibility. If there are any serious incidents of hooliganism or anti-social behaviour, we risk expulsion from Euro 2004.
"The image of our game and of the country would be damaged beyond imagination."
* Football Banning Orders are given to people convicted of a football-related offence and last three to 10 years.
* Nationally, there are 2,253 Football Banning Orders are in force. Another 500 are going through the courts, but bail conditions already prevent the accused from taking a trip to Portugal.
* Nationwide there is a massive police campaign going on to stop "known troublemakers" travelling to Portugal.
* Specialist football liaison officers are stationed at air and sea ports.