Rovers left the top flight of English football in 2012 and have since endured a series of relative woes, including relegation to League One and seeing their biggest rivals Burnley hold out for longer in the Premier League.
However, their support base is a passionate group and although they can’t pack up Ewood Park every week, they are pretty decent especially on their travels.
Unfortunately, sometimes cases spread and fans are arrested during football matches.
But how many Blackburn were seized by police at matches last season and how does it compare to other clubs in England and Wales?
According to newly released government statistics – via the Stoke Sentinel – Blackburn Rovers supporters were arrested 31 times over the course of last season.
And in terms of where Rovers fans stand compared to their rivals in England and Wales, they are 19th in the table, with figures reaching all the way up to the National League.
How does the number of Blackburn Rovers fans arrested compare to other EFL and Premier League clubs?
There are 18 teams above Blackburn in terms of the number of fans arrested before, during or after matches, and some may come as a surprise.
Two English clubs had more than 80 arrests, with West Ham topping the list they really didn’t want to reach with 89 arrests over the course of the campaign, while Manchester United followed with 83 arrests.