- Fans were heard booing when Cambridge played Colchester on December 15
- Cambridge chief executive Ian Mather was quick to condemn their actions
- A small number of fans have now been told they are banned until the end of the season and others asked to undertake some education before they return
- Cambridgeshire was moved into tier 4 on Wednesday so fans are banned again
Cambridge United have handed a stadium ban to fans who booed players taking a knee before their home game against Colchester.
Other fans have been asked to undertake education around discrimination and equality before they are allowed back into the Abbey Stadium.
A handful of fans could be heard booing ahead of kick-off in the League Two fixture on December 15, even though it was quickly drowned out by applause.
The club was quick to condemn the actions of its supporters and vowed to launch an investigation, which has now concluded.