Ferencvárosi TC have been fined €18,300 by UEFA for incidents at a recent UEFA Cup match.
Hungarian club Ferencvárosi TC have been fined €18,300 by UEFA for the conduct of their fans and team at a recent UEFA Cup match.
The UEFA Control and Disciplinary Committee handed down the fine for fireworks and hooliganism-related offences committed by Ferencváros fans at the UEFA Cup second round second-leg tie against German hosts VfB Stuttgart on 12 November, as well as for the improper conduct of the team at the match.
Missiles and fireworks
Two clubs were fined €17,000 each for the throwing of missiles and fireworks by their fans - Italian side AC Milan and Greek side AEK Athens FC - following offences at their UEFA Champions League first group stage matches against FC Bayern München and KRC Genk on 23 and 30 October respectively.
The Football Association of Slovenia (NZS) was fined €13,600 for the throwing of missiles and fireworks by their supporters at the UEFA EURO 2004™ qualifier against France on 12 October. The same fine was given to Greek side Olympiakos Piraeus FC for the throwing of missiles by fans at the Champions League game against Manchester United FC on 23 October.