UEFA has fined Bayern Munich and threatened to ban followers from upcoming away fixtures as a result of supporter behaviour in European competitions.
Bayern issued a press release on Monday saying the six-time Champions League winners have been penalised for the “use of prohibited fireworks and pyrotechnics and the throwing of objects from the FC Bayern fan block at Champions League matches”.
While the penalty pertains to a number of matches, it was handed down “in particular” as a result of fan conduct “at the away match at the Parken Stadium in Copenhagen” which Bayern gained 2-1 in October.
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In addition to a 40,000-euro ($43,000) fantastic, Bayern has been given a suspended ban on buying tickets within the away block for its subsequent European sport.
The ban is suspended for 2 years, that means it can come into impact with additional fan misconduct.
As a results of the suspended ban, Bayern issued an “urgent appeal” to followers on Monday “to refrain from using pyrotechnics in the stadium in future and to desist from any further misconduct”.
“All travelling (away) Bayern fans would be affected by the consequences”.
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Bayern, which certified for the knockout levels first in its group, travels to face Manchester United within the Champions League on Tuesday.
Man United, which misplaced 4-3 in Munich in September, must beat the German champions and hope for different outcomes to go its approach to keep within the competitors.