The Yellow Army again turned out in huge numbers at our National League South match away to Chippenham Town on Good Friday. Over 1,000 Torquay United fans supported the team and the majority were a credit to the Club.

Sadly, the conduct of a small minority of fans attending the game fell well below the standard of behaviour expected and maintained by the vast majority of Torquay United supporters.

It is unfortunate that there is a section of fans that seek to tarnish the reputation of the club and its fan base. The Club will conduct a thorough investigation into the incidents that marred Good Friday’s game, and we are encouraging members of the Yellow Army to assist us.

If you witnessed behaviour that brought the Club into disrepute – before, during or after the match – we would urge you to provide us with as many details as possible, including any relevant photo / video attachments, via the following email address: The more reports we receive, the better chance we have of taking action against the perpetrators.

Torquay United Football Club condemns anti-social and criminal behaviour in all forms and will take a zero-tolerance approach to anyone who is discovered to have been a part of Good Friday’s poor conduct.