Six West Midlands men have been arrested in dawn raids on suspicion of breaching football banning orders, police have said.
Officers from across West Midlands Police force targeted homes in Walsall, Coventry, Dudley, Smethwick, Acocks Green and Tipton in a co-ordinated operation.
The men, whose ages range from 22 to 46, were all subject to domestic banning orders for previous football related offences.
Under the conditions of their banning orders, the men were required to surrender their passports ahead of England's away game to Denmark on Wednesday, February 9, and report to designated police stations on the day of the fixture.
When this failed to happen, officers from the force's Football Unit developed an operation to round-up the six.
Pc Colin Barlow, from the Unit, said: "Football banning orders are not a soft option and we will take decisive action against those who breech their conditions."
Four of the men have been cautioned and the breach recorded on their order.
Two others have been charged with failing to comply with a domestic banning order and will appear before magistrates in the coming weeks.