A man has been charged over a jersey displaying “offensive” words towards Hillsborough victims during the FA cup final at Wembley Stadium.

James White, 33, of Warwickshire, was arrested on suspicion of wearing a shirt that appeared to be disrespectful towards victims of the Hillsborough tragedy.

A total of 97 people had died in a stampede that broke out at Hillsborough stadium in Sheffield on April 15, 1989. An image shared by E360hubs Football, apparently showed Mr White in a jersey with “97 Not Enough” printed on the back.

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Mr White was charged today with displaying threatening or abusive writing likely to cause harassment, alarm or distress to people, but was later bailed.

Criminal proceedings against him are still active and Mr White is due to appear at Willesden Magistrates’ Court on Monday (June 19) next.

More than 1,000 Metropolitan Police officers were involved in a police operation at the stadium to ensure no serious disruptions took place during the finals.

A further 22 people were arrested as a result for offences including assault, affray, possession of drugs and drunk and disorderly behaviour.

An item thrown onto the pitch after a Manchester United goal is also still being investigated by the police and no arrests have been made so far in its relation.