Seven men have come forward following alleged racist chanting after a Chelsea FC game in Paris last week, police say.
The men, who are thought to be Chelsea fans, were captured on CCTV at St Pancras train station allegedly chanting racist slurs last Wednesday (February 18).
The alleged incident happened the day after the west London club’s Champions League 1-1 draw with Paris St-Germain.
British Transport Police (BTP) released images of the seven men last week and said all of them identified themselves to police on Wednesday (February 25) and “will be interviewed in due course”.
The incident happened 24 hours after video footage showed Chelsea supporters pushing a black man off a Paris Metro as they allegedly chanted “we’re racist, we’re racist and that’s the way we like it”.
Chelsea FC has barred five fans from Stamford Bridge following the Metro incident.