FC Copenhagen will be punished by Uefa with a fine of 70,000 euros, corresponding to 523.000 euros.
It has The European Football associations (Uefa) disciplinærkomité decided, writes the committee on its website.
the Punishment given to the Danish club for the burning of fireworks and an illegal banner in the Europa League match against Malmö FF 3. October in Sweden.
a few days after the fight announced Uefa, that associated would hear the case in its control, ethics and disciplinærkomité. Connected, announced not, what banner was talking about.
the FCK's press officer, Jes Mortensen, says to Ritzau, that the club is not going to comment on the judgment Friday.
Malmö FF have also been punished in the case. The Swedish club was like FCK accused of firing of fireworks, like the Malmö supporters should have thrown with objects, and blocked stairwells.
Malmo is punishable by a fine of 50,000 euro, corresponding to 374.000 Danish kroner for the firing of the fireworks and throw objects, while the club is punished with a fine of Kaçak İddaa a further 16.000 euros, equivalent to 120,000 Danish kroner to have blocked the stairwells.
The total fine on the 494.000 Danish krone is, however, not the only punishment, the swedes get. Malmö FF are also doomed to having to close parts of the stadium down in an upcoming fight in a european context, but the court judgment is made conditional, and it is triggered only if there is a similar episode.
"is awarded the judgment, it will have devastating consequences for the whole of Malmö FF. The support from the stands can be crucial to our sporting success."
"It is extremely important that the persons who throw objects, or ignites the fireworks, understand and take responsibility," says Malmö FF's managing director Niclas Carlnén to the club's website.
the Battle between Malmö and FCK ended 1-1. The teams meet in the second leg of the Europa League 12. december in Copenhagen.
Date Of Update: 22 November 2019, 21:54