Workington Reds say they are involved in investigations over a violent incident involving fans at their game against FC United of Manchester.

Footage was shared on some social media accounts of an incident involving a number of people in a club bar.

Workington said they are aware of the footage and are helping the "relevant parties" looking into it.

A video shows a number of people involved in violent confrontations.

The incident allegedly took place on the day Workington won 3-1 at the home of their Manchester opponents.

Reds, in a statement on their X account, said: "The club has been made aware of a video circulating from the FC United match this afternoon.

"The club would like to reassure fans that they are working with the relevant parties to fully investigate this incident.

"We want to make it clear that we are welcoming and don’t want to see our fans portrayed in such light.

"Once again thank you to those who travelled and made plenty of noise for the boys."

In a separate statement on Facebook, Reds said police attended the incident, which followed the game.

"We will co-operate fully with any investigation," the club added.

"Workington AFC condemns violence of any form and it most certainly has no place in non league football.

"We will be working with FC United to conduct our own investigation and we will take appropriate action where necessary."

Danny Grainger's Workington team won the Northern Premier League Premier Division game 3-1 thanks to goals from Dav Symington, Sam Hetherington and Lewis Reilly.