An Oldham Athletic supporters group has provided advice to fans who have received bans from Boundary park following the pitch invasion against Salford City.

On April 23, fans entered the pitch as the Latics' relegation was set to be confirmed.

Now, Oldham Athletic Supporters Foundation (OASF) has said they are aware of fans receiving bans and concerns around fans' personal data and how this is being handled by the club.

OASF said they have contacted the Football Supporters Association (FSA) and approached the club over allegedly sharing the fans' data.

They have urged fans who have received bans to contact them so they can correspond to each matter directly.

OASF added in their statement that although they are not aware of police approaching any fans, those who may be contacted should seek legal representation.

The statement read: "We have spoken with the Football Supporters Association (FSA) and we have approached the club with pertinent questions around the data they have allegedly shared, their justification for doing so as well as seeking some clarity on how this remains compliant with GDPR.

"We would actively encourage any fans that have received bans to contact us so we can correspond with you directly on this matter.

"It is important to say that, while we are not aware of any fans being approached by the police, if you are, please do seek legal representation before taking any further action."

OASF can be contacted at