POLICE are working with Albion and Leeds United after reports of homophobic incidents during yesterday’s Premier League match.

Supporters of the Seagulls took to social media to complain of abuse from Leeds fans, both at the Amex and on social media.

Twitter users also accused fans of Leeds United of spitting at people and urinating in public.

Leeds eventually lost the match 1-0, with Albion currently third in the Premier League table after four matches.

Liam, an Albion fan who did not give his last name, told The Argus that he saw one Leeds fan shout at a Brighton supporter, calling him a “f****t” and a “p**f”.

“He appeared at one point to climb over the handrails to get to the other fan and the police intervened,” Liam said.

On social media, supporter Simon Fisher claimed that someone at the fixture “tried to pick a fight with my wife and 13-year-old son”.

Jason Martin, another Seagulls fan who went to the game said that the abuse was “overt” and “widespread”.

Another took to Twitter and said: “That has to be the worst experience I’ve had at the Amex.

“There were no police about, they were picking fights with everyone, pushing down barriers.

“They were so aggressive [and] intimidating.”

A Sussex Police spokesman said: “We can confirm a number of public order incidents were dealt with during the Brighton and Albion vs Leeds United match at the Amex Stadium on Saturday.

“We also received reports of homophobic comments posted on social media.

“These incidents will be investigated in liaison with both Brighton and Hove Albion and Leeds United football clubs.

“Where incidents are reported, we will look into them and they will be recorded.”

Yesterday’s game ended 1-0 to Albion after a powerful strike from Pascal Gross in the second half.

The Seagulls set a new club record of nine consecutive top-flight matches without defeat as they condemned the visitors to a first loss of the season.

Brighton now sit only behind Arsenal and Manchester City in the Premier League table and will play against Fulham on Tuesday at Craven Cottage.

Brighton and Hove Albion have been approached for comment.