UEFA fine Liverpool for trouble at Europa League final

Date published: Monday 25th July 2016 4:06

UEFA has announced a fine of 16,000 Euros (£13,408) for Liverpool relating to crowd disturbances and the setting off of fireworks during the Europa League final against Sevilla.

Both the Spanish side and the Reds were charged by UEFA’s disciplinary body over the behaviour of their supporters during the showpiece event in May, including the setting off of fireworks, an illicit banner and crowd disturbances.

And now European football’s governing body have fined Liverpool 16,000 Euros, while their opponents in the final were handed a similar punishment of 17,000 euros.

Sevilla won the final 3-1 to make it a third successive Europa League triumph as Jurgen Klopp’s men suffered a second-half collapse.

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