A football fan has been banned from attending games for three years after attacking another supporter.

Cameron Campbell, 51, was found guilty of assault near the Green Man Pub at Dagmar Avenue, Wembley, on March 29, 2022.

On the same day, he was also stopped by a constable at Wembley Stadium who believed Campbell might have sworn and displayed his middle finger at the public. But he gave police a false address in Edgware.

After pleading not guilty at Willesden Magistrates’ Court on May 23 this year to the assault and failing to give his details, he was found guilty to both counts on July 19.

His court appearance on August 25 was adjourned while an application for a football banning order was made.

Then on October 20, the order was granted and Campbell, now of Mettesford Matlock in Derbyshire, was sentenced to 150 hours of unpaid work. He must also pay a £115 victim services surcharge and £300 in costs.

A football banning order prohibits a person from entering any premises for the purpose of attending matches – and he will be unable to go within a two-mile radius of any regulated football match involving the English National Team within four hours of kick-off.

England hosted Ivory Coast at Wembley for an international friendly on March 29, 2022, the date of the attack.