Darlington have promised to take the strongest possible action if any of its supporters are found to have caused trouble at the weekend fixture with AFC Fylde.
The leaders continued their march towards the Vanarama National League North title with their victory over the playoff hopefuls, who took strong backing to the north west.
But there was issues at the game and the Quakers have tonight issued a statement asking for help after police had to go into the away end at Mill Farm.
“Darlington Football Club would like to thank everyone who has come forward with video, eye witness accounts and images of the problems caused by a minority of so-called Darlington supporters in the away end at Fylde on Saturday,” it read.
“The club has studied everything, and we have identified several perpetrators of the irresponsible behaviour, for example, of encroaching on to the field of play after Darlington scored. We do require people though to give us possible names so then we can link the footage/images to the misbehaving supporters concerned.
“When there is irrefutable proof that a so-called Darlington supporter has caused problems, then the club will take appropriate action, which will mean a long term ban for the person(s) concerned.
“If you have any images or video, or would like to supply us with the names and descriptions of misbehaving fans, then please e mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Once again, to re-iterate, Darlington FC condemns the action of those who caused problems at Fylde yesterday, and in turn damaged the good name of the club which so many people have spent long, painstaking hours building over the last five years.”