Two men were arrested after a violent pitch invasion at Didcot Town’s Loop Meadow Stadium on Saturday.
An investigation is now under way after fans ran on to the pitch with just three minutes to play in the Southern League Division One South and West fixture, with visiting Hereford leading 2-1.
Didcot keeper Leigh Bedwell was confronted as several Bulls fans came on to the pitch after they scored.
As Didcot players rushed to intervene, more visiting Hereford fans clambered over the barriers and on to the pitch.
Chaos ensued as about 100 people were involved in the incident and the police were called.
About 10 minutes later, referee Wayne Chalmers was forced to abandon the game.
Didcot Town said they are “very disappointed” while Hereford said they are “deeply concerned” by the violence.
Both teams said in statements at the weekend they would work closely with the authorities as an investigation was launched.
Hereford added: “It goes without saying that Hereford FC does not condone unlawful behaviour of any sort.”
It is likely that the game will have to be replayed.
Two young men from Hereford were arrested and have been bailed, police confirmed.
A Thames Valley Police spokesman said: “A 19-year-old man from Hereford was arrested on suspicion of a public order offence, and a 19-year-old man from Hereford was arrested on suspicion of common assault. Both have been released on bail, one until April 4, the other April 6.”
The Railwaymen had taken the lead in the 16th minute through a free kick, a minute after Hereford defender Ryan Green was sent off for a last-man challenge.
Bulls boss Peter Beadle was sent to the stands shortly afterwards in an action-packed opening 20 minutes.
Didcot were reduced to 10 men themselves shortly after the restart and Hereford, the runaway league leaders, began to dominate.
Former Didcot star and Abingdon-based John Mills, who scored 57 goals for Didcot in the 2014-15 season, converted from the penalty spot to level the tie on 67 minutes. With time running out Mike Symons fired home to give the visitors a 2-1 lead before fans invaded.
After the game, Hereford boss Beadle said: “Everything that has gone on at the end is the most disheartening thing because of what the players put in. I feel for the players because they’ve put everything into the 87 minutes we have played.
“It is disappointing for the lads because they have done so well.”
Hereford, who reformed in 2015 in English football’s ninth tier after the demise of Hereford United, are on course for a second successive promotion.
Having lost just once all season, they are 14 points clear at the top of the table with nine games to go, including the Didcot game.
Didcot meanwhile are 14th.