Fans fought with stewards and police as they attempted to break into Wembley for the event on 11 July.
The Home Office figures said that all 2,978 scheduled matches of the 2020-21 season were played but, because of the Covid-19 pandemic, 93% were played without fans while the other 7% had a variety of reduced capacities.
That meant the number of football-related arrests fell from 1,089 to 116, while the number of new banning orders being issued went down from 360 to 208.
In total, there were 1,359 banning orders in force on 1 August, 2021, with Birmingham City’s 54 the highest total for a club and Liverpool’s 44 the highest in the Premier League.
In terms of online incidents, the Home Office said that along with stakeholders, it is “currently exploring how best to capture and report on all online abuse and hate crime connected to football”.
It added: “These are recorded through a number of different streams, and it is not currently possible to fully capture and report on them alongside figures on hate crime reported at specific matches.”