CAERNARFON Town FC has sent its best wishes to its two supporters who were injured during the team’s match at Flint Town United, and thanked those who assisted them.

The incident occurred at Saturday (April 8)’s JD Cymru Premier fixture between the town teams at the Essity Stadium in Flint.

A man who was seriously injured within the stadium during the incident was taken to hospital in Aintree, North Wales Police said.


Supporter seriously hurt at Caernarfon Town match as police launch probe

As a result of the disorder, the match was abandoned, and a large police presence remained in the area for some time afterwards.

Caernarfon Town said: “We wish to thank the paramedics, the St John Ambulance workers, Sgorio staff, and both club physios who rushed to assist our two injured supporters at last night's match at Flint.

“Our thoughts at this time are with both supporters, and we wish them a full and speedy recovery.”

Officers from North Wales Police and British Transport Police were also present at Flint railway station after the match to prevent any further disorder.

A 24-hour dispersal order was also put in place in Flint town until 6.30pm yesterday (April 9).

Police are appealing to anyone who witnessed the incident and has information that could assist with its investigation to contact the force via 101, or through the website, using reference A050936.