Sparta will pay a fine of 1.3 million for rioting fans in the Europa League


UEFA punished Sparta with a fine of 15,750 euros (400,000 crowns) for pyrotechnics during the return match on the 22nd of November against Galatasaray, which the Saints of coach Brian Priske won 4:1 and advanced to the round of 16.

In it, Praan met Liverpool and suffered debacles 1:5 at home and 1:6 in England. Sparta has to pay 16,500 euros (420,000 crowns) for pyrotechnics, 16,000 euros (405,000 crowns) for a blocked pass and 3,250 euros (80,000 crowns) for throwing an object on a hit for the home defense of the 7th goal.

In the same round of the European Conference League, Viktoria Plzeň was fined 30,000 euros (750,000 crowns) and the stand was temporarily closed for a thrown ball that hit the back of the net in the goal of Servette enev Jrmy Frick.

Large-format choreography of Sparan fans before the match with Galatasaray.

In this season of the Konferenn League, Bohemians 1905 were also penalized for behaving as a fan in the preliminary round with Bod/Glimt. The Kangaroos were fined over 570,000 crowns for inappropriate actions, using pyrotechnics and blocking the stairs and the entrance to the stands.

In November, Slavia even paid 2.23 million crowns, which is the highest fine they have received from UEFA, after the Europa League match with AS. The Disciplinary Committee also ordered the blocking of the stairs and the entrance, the use of pyrotechnics in the cauldron on the North stand, provocative and violent slogans on the stands and the throwing of objects onto the playing field.

The article is in Czech

Tags: Sparta pay fine million rioting fans Europa League


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