Police have released updated CCTV images of men they are looking for in connection with serious disorder following a Scottish Premiership game in Kilmarnock in August.
The incident occurred in the town on August 27 following a match between Kilmarnock and Motherwell Football Clubs.
It comes after five other men were arrested and charged with alleged involvement in the incident on Tuesday.
The first man is described as being of slim build with fair hair, wearing a light blue jumper, checked shirt, and dark jeans.
The second man is described as being of stocky build with dark hair, wearing an orange Stone Island T-shirt, black shorts, and burgundy Adidas trainers.
The third man is described as being of slim build with fair hair, wearing a white T-shirt with dark trousers.
The fourth man is described as wearing a black T-shirt with yellow accents, a blue jacket tied around his body, black trousers, and burgundy trainers with yellow accents.
The fifth man is described as of stocky build with brown hair, wearing a black T-shirt, and a dark jacket.
Inspector Iain Farmer said: “Five men were arrested on Tuesday, December 20 as part of an operation carried out by Ayrshire and Lanarkshire Divisions.
“This operation will continue to identify the small minority of those who choose to be involved in violent disorder at football matches.
“I am appealing to anyone who may recognise the men in the images to contact Police Scotland on 101 quoting incident number 2562 of Saturday, August 27. Alternatively, calls can be made anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.”