UEFA punish PSV for fan behaviour at Arsenal

UEFA have punished PSV for the behaviour of some of their supporters at Arsenal, with the club having to pay a fine and play their Europa League match against Bodo/Glimt without any fans.

At the end of the match away to Arsenal, which ended 1-0 to the hosts, fans of the two sides clashed with PSV supporters throwing chairs and flares at their English counterparts after having beer thrown at them.

Such actions damaged Arsenal’s stadium and endangered their supporters, and PSV have been punished by UEFA as a result of the behaviour.

The club have been fined €40,000, aren’t allowed to sell tickets to any fans for their next European match away from home and must agree to pay for the damages caused to the Emirates.

They are trying to get the second of those postponed, stating that fans would have already paid for tickets, transportation and accommodation for the match next week with Bodo/Glimt.


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