Football clubs across the country have supporters who are subject to either a banning order, imposed by a court or the club, or a behavioural contract.

The management of these bans or contracts constitutes a club’s Banning Scheme, the purpose of which is to encourage the good behaviour of fans.

This in-depth case study follows a year-long deployment of Disc at Oxford United Football Club. It demonstrates the benefits of Disc not only in enabling efficient, effective and legally compliant Exclusion Schemes, but also in reducing management costs in other areas of administration and improving internal processes that are separate from ground safety and security.