Champions League: PSG Slammed With UEFA Ban And €43,000 Fin After 2-1 Match Loss Which Made Fans Put Up Fireworks At The Stadium


Earlier this month, Paris Saint-Germain was beaten 2-1 by Real Madrid and the club’s fans created tension by putting on fireworks forcing the football body to place a ban and also insist they must close part of their stadium at the next Champions League game they host, as punishment for fans lighting flares and fireworks during their 2-1 loss to Real Madrid.

UEFA says its disciplinary panel has ordered the north end of the Parc des Princes to be closed.

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PSG have already qualified for next season’s Champions League and their next home game in the competition is likely to be in September in the group stage.

The Ligue 1 leaders must also pay a €43,000 fine.

PSG remain under a separate UEFA investigation for possible violations of financial fair play rules, with a decision in that case expected before June.



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