POLICE investigating a mass brawl between Chelsea and Cardiff City fans earlier this year have released more pictures of people they need identified.
Similar appeals have seen more than 51 fans traced after violent clashes before and after the FA Cup fifth round tie between the two sides on February 13.
The problems began when around 100 Chelsea supporters gathered in the West Brompton area and moved towards North End Road where they split into two groups.
Three coaches carrying Cardiff supporters arrived and fights broke out in Fulham Road which also saw smoke bombs set off before police were able to break up the crowd.
After the game the travelling fans headed to Fulham Road, at the junction of Holmead Road, where police created a blockade to separate them from the Chelsea fans.
But groups from both sides broke away and met on Kings Road where more than 200 began fighting with missiles, including road cones and bricks, thrown and with one police officer needing surgery after a facial injury.
The incident resulted in the Met Police launching Operation Ternhill to identify and arrest those involved.
Detective superintendent William Lyle said: "Thanks to the public's response to previous appeals we have identified 20 fans involved in this large-scale disorder.
"Our appeals continue as there are further people we need to identify. More than 40,000 law abiding fans' attended this event to support their teams and enjoy a day of good football.
"Unfortunately they saw a brief glimpse of the type of violence we have worked hard to prevent in recent years.
"We are committed to keeping football a safe environment where people are able to take their families without fear or violence."
If you recognise anyone in these pictures call police on 020 8246 2712 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
#Fifty-one people have been charged with a offences including affray, violent disorder and GBH and have been bailed to appear at West London Magistrates Court in August.