Huddersfield game called off after pitch invasion
Blackpool’s game with Huddersfield Town at Bloomfield Road was abandoned after 48 minutes following a pitch invasion by protesting fans.
With the score at 0-0, the game was held up for over an hour before a decision was made to call the game off.
Supporters came onto the field, forcing the referee to take the players off.
A protester on a mobility scooter was also cheered when he arrived on the scene.
A Football League spokesman said: “Following the abandonment of today’s match at Bloomfield Road, it will be for the Football Association to consider any matters relating to crowd behaviour with The Football League ruling on whether or not the match should be replayed.”
Before the match, Blackpool fans protested outside the ground against the club’s owners, the Oyston family.
Fans set off flares and displayed a banner that read “Oystons Out”.
It is not known if the match will be replayed at a later date.