The Leeds United vs Milwall football match from last season cost more than £100k to police according to figures released following a Freedom of Information request.
A total of 318 officers from West Yorkshire Police policed the game - eclipsing any other match in the 2018/19 season.
The match, on the 30th of March, also cost Leeds United over £47k towards costs.
The top three matches to police were:
Milwall - £103,184.44 to police, £47,796.44 to club
Sheffield Wednesday - £71,899.32 to police, £47,796.44 to club
Aston Villa - £62,528.04 to police, £40,219.38 to club
All of the matches apart from six incurred a cost to the club, the figures reveal.
The information for the article has been taken from the West Yorkshire Police Freedom of Information log.