Paris Saint-Germain Faces UEFA Sanctions

    Today, Friday, the European Football Association (UEFA) imposed a penalty on Paris Saint-Germain following the events that occurred in the match against Italian visitors AC Milan on Wednesday, October 25, 2023.

    The match of the third round of the Champions League group stage between Paris Saint-Germain and its guest Milan (3:0) took place at the Princes Park stadium.

    The French capital club was fined 98,000 euros, including 75,000 euros for lighting fireworks, a fine of 18,000 euros for blocking public roads, and 5,000 euros for storming the stadium.

    The sanctions affected the Dutch club PSV Eindhoven, which will pay 25 thousand euros for the fact that its fans lit fireworks, threw objects at the stadium, and also committed sabotage during a match against its guest, the French club Lens, and also warned it about a possible ban to sell its fans entrance tickets to a Champions League match away from home.

    Belgian team Antwerp were fined €20,000 and warned of possible closure of their stadium due to disturbances in the stands against Porto, while Belgian side Genk were also fined and sent there. letter about stadium for lighting fireworks.

    Greek Olympiacos were also fined 21,000 euros for racist abuse from the stands, inappropriate behavior of players, storming the pitch in a match with West Ham in the Europa League, and a warning was issued about the possible partial closure of the stadium.

    Czech club Slavia Prague was also fined €20,000 for rioting, setting off fireworks and throwing objects at Roma stadium.

    Source: Agencies

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