Wycombe Wanderers have handed a life ban to an 18-year-old for invading the pitch at Adams Park during their 2-0 win against Oxford United.

The man from Thame was arrested for the incident of pitch encroachment and received a conditional caution from Thames Valley Police.

The teenager has no previous ticket history at Adams Park and police have also said he has no affiliation to Oxford United.

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A statement from Wycombe Wanderers read: "An 18-year-old has been banned for life from Adams Park after entering the field of play from the terrace and endangering player safety during Saturday’s League 1 encounter against Oxford United.

"The individual had no previous ticket history at the stadium and his behaviour does not reflect the excellent conduct of the club’s genuine supporters."

The club is currently reviewing and updating its crowd management policies to help prevent future instances of pitch incursions.

Police are also still appealing for witnesses following alleged homophobic chants from the Oxford United fans during the second half.

Investigating officer Sergeant Simon Gray, Thames Valley Police’s Football Liaison Officer, said: “Unfortunately, we have received reports that a very small minority of fans in the away stand have made remarks of a homophobic nature during the League One match on Saturday.

“We are investigating these reports, and I would urge anybody who has any information, or who witnessed anything of this nature, to please contact Thames Valley Police on 101 or by making a report online, quoting reference number 43220021940.

“If you have information, but wish to remain anonymous, you can also call the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

“The vast majority of supporters at this game behaved in an exemplary manner, and were a credit to both football clubs, but we take reports of this nature very seriously and will work with both clubs to investigate these allegations.”