The Met Police has released CCTV images of Three men being sought in connection with an incident of alleged racism by Chelsea fans on the Paris Metro.
Met Police officers said they launched the appeal in support of French police.
Chelsea FC has barred five fans from attending Stamford Bridge following the release of a video showing a black man being pushed from a Paris train.
Amateur video shot at Paris’ Richelieu-Drouot station showed a man being pushed from the Metro train while a group chanted: “We’re racist, we’re racist and that’s the way we like it.”
Chelsea has said it will ban the five suspended fans from attending Stamford Bridge for life if there is sufficient evidence of their involvement.
A spokesman said the club was writing to the victim to “apologise unreservedly”, while manager Jose Mourinho has said he was “ashamed” by the alleged racism.
British Transport Police is also investigating claims of racist chanting at London’s St Pancras station by men thought to be Chelsea fans returning from the Champions League match in Paris on Wednesday evening.
Superintendent Gill Murray of the BTP said an allegation of racist chanting was reported by a member of the public who was “disgusted by the behaviour of the men”, who had travelled on the 18:40 service from Paris Gare du Nord.