Arsenal say two “disturbing” incidents of anti-semitism are being investigated following the north London derby against Tottenham.
The Premier League club have announced one of the incidents took place at Sunday’s game, which Arsenal won 2-0 at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, and the other at a public house in Islington.
An Arsenal statement said: “We have been made aware of two disturbing incidents over the weekend involving anti-semitism which are now under investigation.
“There was an incident at the north London derby on Sunday involving Arsenal supporters in which one of our fans overheard grossly offensive anti-semitic statements made by another Arsenal fan.
“On the same afternoon, we were appalled to hear of an incident at The Cally pub in Islington, involving other anti-semitic chants.
Arsenal said the club must be a “safe and welcoming” environment for all supporters and that any kind of discriminatory abuse will not be tolerated.
The statement added: “We will not stand for this kind of behaviour and will take strong action against any supporters who we establish are responsible for such acts.
“If any of our supporters witness any form of discriminatory behavior, we urge them to report the incident to the police.