Two more men have been charged over a brawl between rival soccer fans in Melbourne.
Police say the two men, aged 21 and 25, are accused of affray and weapon-related offences over the December 28 fight.
More than 100 people had clashed in central Melbourne that day before the A-League match between the Melbourne Victory and Western Sydney Wanderers.
At least four people were injured, including a man in his 20s who was hospitalised with an arm injury, as supporter groups used metal bars, sticks and chairs as weapons.
The two men charged on Thursday have been bailed by police to appear in court at a later date.
Four others are already facing charges and bailed to appear in Melbourne Magistrates Court on May 20, on the condition they stay away from Etihad Stadium and AAMI Park and not go to the city centre and Richmond on match days.
A 23-year-old NSW man has also been previously charged with conduct endangering serious injury and discharging a missile.
He will appear in court on April 24.
Police praised crowd behaviour when the two teams met again in January with no repeated scenes of brawling fans.