UEFA have ‘slapped’ PSV Eindhoven with a €40,000 fine and has also barred PSV Eindhoven from selling tickets to its next away game.
This comes after their fans ripped seats, threw objects and caused crowd disturbances during their 1-0 loss to Arsenal in their Europa League clash on October 20.
PSV face Bodo-Glimt in their last group match and a win will see them seal top spot of their group if Arsenal loses against FC Zurich.
A statement from UEFA read:
“[We will] fine PSV Eindhoven €40,000 and to ban PSV Eindhoven from selling tickets to its away supporters for the next one (1) UEFA competition match, for throwing of objects, crowd disturbances and acts of damages.”
“We will] order PSV Eindhoven to contact Arsenal FC within 30 days for the settlement of damages caused by its supporters, i.e. for the damaged seats.”