A Chelsea fan and West Ham supporter have been banned from attending football matches after their part in violent clashes at the London Stadium during a League Cup tie.

The Hammers' 2-1 win over Chelsea had seen fighting erupt in the stadium's Sir Trevor Brooking stand, with missiles including chairs and coins thrown between the rival supporters of the London clubs.

Chelsea fan Michael Parker, 27, and West Ham supporter Nicholas Greenway, 51, were both arrested at the game on 26 October and appeared at Thames Magistrates' Court last Friday (11 November).

Parker, of Alexandra Road in Mitcham, south-west London, was given a five-year football banning order for throwing a missile inside the ground.

Greenway, of Eversleigh Road in Battersea, south-west London, was handed a three-year football banning order for threatening behaviour.

Commander BJ Harrington, of the Met Police's Public Order Command, said: "Although the vast majority of people who attended the match were well behaved, there were a minority who were clearly intent on being involved in confrontation and violence.

"Despite extensive work with both clubs and the London Stadium partners as well as a large and robust policing operation, there were unacceptable incidents inside and outside the stadium, before, during and after the game.

"We will continue to work with our partners to tackle crime and disorder at the London Stadium and the banning orders are a part of this work. The banning orders for these two men will prevent them from causing more trouble at football events in future.

"We are working tirelessly to identify people involved and bring them to justice."

Anyone with information or witnesses to the disorder is asked to call the police non-emergency line on 101.