Seventeen people have been arrested for offences at the Wrexham and Chester match last month.
The Bubble Match between the two rival teams saw a number of offences take place from both sets of fans.
During the match, a number of Chester fans were seen ripping chairs out of the stands, a flare was set off by Wrexham fans and reports of an injured steward. There were also further reports of some fans throwing coins and other objects at each other.
North Wales Police have also been investigating after offensive banners saying ’2 Dead Fans, 1 Dead Club’ were displayed at the match.
Several arrests took place throughout the day of the match itself, however investigations into other offences have been ongoing ever since.
Earlier this week, Inspector Mark Williams tweeted to say “Misbehave at the football last weekend? Expect a visit from us over the next few days.” Since then a number of arrests have taken place.
On September 6 Sergeant Paul Wycherly tweeted saying that three people had been arrested for public order offences regarding the banner that was displayed.
A further four people were arrested earlier on today, bringing the total up to seventeen.
Investigations are ongoing, and Sgt Wycherly has posted on his Twitter account to say “And yes, there are more to come’