Two men throw punches and fall from their seats at the Port Adelaide and Western Bulldogs game

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Terrifying moment footy tragic challenges a rival fan in the stands to punch him in the face before falling down rows of seats after blows to the jaw

  • AFL spectator hit a fan in the jaw causing him to topple rows of seats
  • Brawl erupted at Port Adelaide and Western Bulldogs match at Adelaide Oval
  • Port’s fan punched his face repeatedly after gesturing to another man to be slapped

A wild brawl erupted during an AFL match after a spectator repeatedly punched a fan in the jaw causing him to topple rows of seats.

The two men exchanged heated words on Saturday night during the game between Port Adelaide and Western Bulldogs in the Adelaide Oval.

Wearing the iconic teal and black scarf, the Port fan motioned for the other man to take a shot to the chin as he watched the Bulldogs take home a 19-point win over his home team.

AFL spectator punched a Port Adelaide fan in the jaw causing him to topple rows of seats on Saturday night (photo)

The other man retaliated, throwing six punches in the Port fan’s face before pulling him back on the cuff of his jacket.

Before the Port fan could hit back, he lost his footing, fell backwards and tumbled in the seats behind him.

The Port Adelaide Football Club said 7 News they are aware of the vision of Saturday night’s game between Port Adelaide and the Western Bulldogs in Adelaide Oval.

The two men exchanged heated words on Saturday night during the match between Port Adelaide and Western Bulldogs in the Adelaide Oval (photo).

The two men exchanged heated words on Saturday night during the game between Port Adelaide and Western Bulldogs in the Adelaide Oval (photo).

“The club is awaiting a report from the Adelaide Oval Stadium Management Authority and will not comment further until it has more information,” 7News reported.

Port Adelaide has a spectator code of conduct that underscores the club’s commitment to creating a safe, enjoyable and exciting game day experience for all members and supporters.

As part of the spectator code of conduct, the club does not tolerate defamation or unruly behavior of any form and reserves the right to revoke memberships or day tickets for leisure matches if a violation is committed and if a situation arises that may cause a justifies prohibition.

Wearing the iconic teal and black scarf, the Port fan motioned for the other man to take a shot on the chin as he watched the Bulldogs take home a 19-point win (photo: stock image)

Wearing the iconic teal and black scarf, the Port fan motioned for the other man to take a shot on the chin as he watched the Bulldogs take home a 19-point win (photo: stock image)

Port Adelaide is urging anyone with more information about the incident to contact the club.

SA police are aware of the vision and are seeking witnesses to come forward and report the incident.

An Adelaide Oval official said their “security teams and SAPOL are everywhere at all matches, our customers are also encouraged to report bad behavior.”

It appears on this occasion that the incident, which occurred after the match ended, was not reported, making it difficult for us to take further action.

“This behavior is not tolerated at Adelaide Oval and we encourage all customers to use the 0400-TELL-US line of text to warn security of bad behavior.”

Daily Mail Australia has contacted Port Adelaide Football team, SA Police and Adelaide Oval for comment.

The Port Adelaide Football Club told 7News they are aware of the vision of Saturday night's game between Port Adelaide and the Western Bulldogs at Adelaide Oval

The Port Adelaide Football Club told 7News they are aware of the vision of Saturday night’s game between Port Adelaide and the Western Bulldogs at Adelaide Oval

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