FIVE people were arrested on Saturday after a police officer was injured following disorder at the Barnsley match.
Police were called to Market Street at approximately 1.30pm to reports of a large group engaged in disorder.
Four men aged between 18 and 43 from Barnsley and Pontefract were arrested for public order offences and have been released on bail.
After the match, an officer was injured and missiles were thrown at other officers.
A 20-year-old man, from Barnsley, was arrested after the match for criminal damage and public order offences. He remains in custody.
There was also disorder between Barnsley fans and Stoke fans at Stoke railway station at approximately 6pm. No arrests were made.
CCTV will be searched from the game in an attempt to trace those involved in the disorder.
Chief Inspector Neil Hulme said: "We are disappointed by the actions of this significant number of so-called fans who attended Saturday's fixture intent on becoming involved in disorder."