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Partial stadium closure and fine for Bayern

Published: Monday 24 March 2014, 12.30CET
Following the discriminatory behaviour of FC Bayern München fans on 11 March and displaying of an illicit banner, the club have been told to close part of their stadium.
Partial stadium closure and fine for Bayern
The Fußball Arena München will not be fully open during Bayern's next European home game ©Domenic Aquilina

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The UEFA Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Body (CEDB) has taken the following decisions: Match: UEFA Champions League 2014/15 Group D, Borussia Dortmund vs. Galatasaray AŞ (4-1) played on 4 November in Germany Borussia Dortmund: Charges: Throwing of objects – Art. 16 (2) (b) UEFA Disciplinary Regulations; Crowd disturbance – Art 16 (2) (h) DR; Insufficient organization - Art 16 (1) DR Sanction: Borussia Dortmund have been fined €32,000 Galatasaray AŞ: Charges: Crowd disturbances – Art. 16 (2) (f) DR; Field invasions by supporters - Art. 16 (2) (a) DR; Setting off/throwing of fireworks and missiles - Art. 16 (2) (b) & (c) DR Sanction: Galatasaray AŞ have been fined €70,000; The Turkish club has also been ordered to contact Borussia Dortmund within 30 days for the settlement of the damages caused by its supporters. --- Match: UEFA Champions League 2014/2015 Group H, FC BATE Borisov vs. FC Shakhtar Donetsk (0-7) played on 21 October in Belarus FC BATE Borisov: Charges: Racist behaviour of supporters – Art. 14 DR Sanction: The UEFA Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Body has ordered the partial closure of the FC BATE Borisov stadium during the next (1) UEFA competition match in which BATE will play as the host club, and, in particular, the sector D1 of their stadium. --- Match: European Qualifier Group C, Ukraine vs. FYR Macedonia (1-0) played on 12 October in Lviv Ukraine: Charges: Racist behaviour (Art. 14 DR); Field invasions by supporters (Art. 16 (2) DR); Setting off/throwing of fireworks and missiles (Art. 16 (2) DR); use of laser pointer (Art. 16 (2) DR); Insufficient organization (Art. 38 Safety & Security Regulations); Alcohol sold during the match (Art. 36 Safety & Security Regulations) Sanction: The UEFA Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Body has ordered the partial closure of the stadium during Ukraine’s next (1) UEFA competition match in which Ukraine will play as the host association. The sector to be closed should comprise of at least 5,000 seats. The Football Federation of Ukraine has also been fined €58,000.

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Published: Monday 24 March 2014, 12.30CET

Partial stadium closure and fine for Bayern

Following the discriminatory behaviour of FC Bayern München fans on 11 March and displaying of an illicit banner, the club have been told to close part of their stadium.

The UEFA Control and Disciplinary Body has imposed sanctions on FC Bayern München for incidents in their UEFA Champions League round of 16 second leg against Arsenal FC on 11 March.

Following the charge of discriminatory behaviour by Bayern supporters (Article 14 UEFA Disciplinary Regulations) and the displaying of an illicit banner (Article 16(2e) DR) during the 1-1 draw in Munich, the Control and Disciplinary Body has decided:

• To order the partial closure of the Fußball Arena München. Specifically, the closure of sector 124 for Bayern's next UEFA competition home match, namely their UEFA Champions League quarter-final second leg against Manchester United FC on 9 April.

• To fine the club €10,000 for the displaying of an illicit banner.

Last updated: 09/05/14 1.55CET

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