Officials are bidding to bar Robinson from “all regulated football matches, home and abroad”, according to The Daily Mirror.
A hearing on the matter will be held at Luton Magistrates Court on 18 October, a Bedfordshire Police spokesperson told The Independent.
“We have served papers ... regarding an application for a Football Banning Order,” the spokesperson added.
Robinson, whose real name is Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, was filmed last year as he punched an English football fan to the ground.
Immediately before the attack, people can be heard shouting Robinson’s name and other inaudible words.
Bedfordshire Police and the UK Football Policing Unit previously applied to ban Robinson from matches in 2016.
The 36-year-old successfully challenged the attempt in court.
Robinson has an extensive criminal record, much of which relates to football violence.
He has previously been convicted of offences including using threatening and abusing behaviour during a fight between fans.
Robinson’s alias is itself taken from the member of a well-known football hooligan firm in his home town of Luton.
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