Lyon and second-tier Paris FC had been thrown out of the Coupe de France on Monday because of the fan violence that pressured the abandonment of their match on Dec. 17.
Supporters invaded the sector, launched flares and fought one another within the stands.
Lyon and Paris FC have been eradicated from the Coupe de France after the fan violence that triggered their match on December 17 to be deserted.
Lyon additionally receives a ban on sending away followers for the remainder of the season and Paris FC receives a five-match ban from their residence stadium. pic.twitter.com/Afs6gsCnaN
— B/R Soccer (@brfootball) December 27, 2021
Following a gathering of its disciplinary fee, the French Soccer Federation introduced that Lyon would additionally not be allowed followers at away video games for the remainder of the season and must be fined 52,000 euros ($59,000). The membership had already determined to quickly ban all supporters from away video games.
Paris FC, which hosted the deserted sport, was fined 10,000 euros ($11,300) and advised the staff can’t use its Stade Charlety for his or her subsequent 5 residence video games.