The UEFA penalty on PSG

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The UEFA penalty on PSG

The UEFA Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Committee agreed on Monday to impose the suspended partial closure of the Paris Saint-Germain stadium, as well as to fine the French club 50,000 euros for the incidents that occurred on May 7 in the second leg of the the semi-finals of the Champions League against Borussia Dortmund (0-1).

The committee agrees to impose a fine of 50,000 euros on PSG and order the partial closure of the Parc des Princes, that is, the entire ‘Auteuil’ stand (upper and lower sectors) during its next home match in the Champions League due to the lighting fireworks.

The said partial closure of the stadium is suspended for a trial period of two years, starting from the date of this decision.

Sanction for Fiorentina

UEFA also fined Fiorentina 35,000 euros, which also banned the sale of tickets to its visiting fans for the next European competition match, “for acts of damage and throwing objects” at the Conference final against Olympiacos on May 29 and where the Greek team won 1-0 with a goal in extra time from the Moroccan Ayoub El Kaabi.

This ban on selling tickets to their home fans has been suspended for a trial period of two years, starting from the date of this decision.

Furthermore, UEFA ordered Fiorentina to contact the club that owns the final stadium (OPAP Arena), AEK Athens, within 30 days “for the repair of damages caused by its fans, that is, for 28 broken seats.”

Source: La Verdad

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