Linfield Football Club is appealing to its loyal fanbase to support the club in the proper manner over the upcoming festive period when we face a number of big games. Following recent sanctions imposed on the club by the IFA's Disciplinary Committee, it is imperative that there is no further spectator misconduct which would  besmirch the name of our great club.    

Linfield Chairman Roy McGivern commented:

"Our loyal supporters have been magnificent this season, cheering on the team in huge numbers both home any away. A small number of supporters, however, continue to let the club down with instances of unacceptable behaviour which does nothing to support our players or the club as we chase a 57th League title.

I would encourage all supporters to get behind the team in the traditional Linfield manner and to discourage others from further damaging the club's name. Let us be clear, further instances of spectator misconduct will lead to increased financial sanctions, a possible ban on our supporters attending away games and potentially a deduction of points. We cannot allow this to happen and I would, therefore, appeal to all of our supporters to get behind the team in the right way over the course of the holiday period and across the remainder of the season. 

Stay Blue or Stay Away."