Police are calling on the public to identify the final suspect in a football-related violent disorder investigation.
A large number of men were all wanted in relation to two gangs of football hooligans clashing at the Lincoln v Luton match on October 6 last year.
Police launched Operation Hartford to ensure that they were identified and arrested. Furniture and glasses were thrown during the violent disorder and a number of people were physically assaulted. Two women were treated at hospital for minor injuries caused by flying glass. The disturbance also spilled out into High Street and Firth Road.
A total of 20 men ranging from 17 to 53 have been arrested for violent disorder and are currently on police bail. The man pictured, who is believed to be a Luton Town supporter, is the only suspect yet to be identified.
PC Andy Pearson said: “"Operation Hartford is a post match investigation into a violent confrontation that took place before the Lincoln City v Luton Town Blue Square Premier League fixture on October 6 last year.
“Lincolnshire Police will continue to be proactive in dealing with any incidents of football related disorder and work closely with Lincoln City Football Club to ensure that the local community remains a safe and welcoming place.”
There have been 28 Arrests at fixtures involving Lincoln City for the current 2012/13 season.
Contact PC Andy Pearson by calling the non emergency 101 number, or call independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on: 0800 555 111.