Anti-violence fines Osasuna 60,000 euros for allowing Indar Gorri to pay tribute to El Sadar staff


The State Commission against Violence, Racism, Xenophobia and Intolerance in Sports has proposed a sanction of 60,000 euros to CA Osasuna for allowing the “radical and violent” group Indar Gorri to pay tribute to the club’s technical staff during a league match Pamplona while the security guards did “nothing”.

This was indicated this Tuesday by the Permanent Commission of this Anti-Violence Commission, referring to the CA Osasuna vs Villarreal CF match that was played on May 25 at the El Sadar Stadium, within the 38th and final day of LaLiga EA Sports.

Members of Indar Gorri displayed “a large banner in one of the stands without having previously notified the security coordinator,” according to Antiviolencia in its press release.

Likewise, Antiviolencia said that Osasuna had allowed in that match that “the leader of this ultra group jumped from the cheering stands onto the field of play to deliver a commemorative metope to the club’s technical team while the club’s team of security guards did not do so.” nothing to prevent this fact.”

Anti-violence urged all clubs “to comply with Law 19/2007 against violence, racism, xenophobia and intolerance in sport, which sanctions the provision of material means that support the actions of radical and violent people or groups. (ultras) that promote violence, or that incite, encourage or assist violent or terrorist behavior,” according to the press release.

Anti-Violence also agreed on two other sanction proposals of 10,000 euros each for Osasuna. The first, for allowing in El Sadar that during the matches against Real Madrid and Cádiz CF “numerous fans occupied the evacuation routes at the South End of the sports venue without putting measures in place to prevent it.”

The note stressed that this had caused “a great risk for the rest of the fans in the event of the stadium being evacuated.” “And the second, for allowing some identified fans to climb the fence in this area of ​​the stadium without the club’s private security personnel doing anything to prevent this dangerous behavior for the person doing it and for the rest of the spectators,” he added. the text.

On the other hand, Anti-Violence proposed a sanction of 4,000 euros to Real Madrid “for not including in the subscriber cards neither the row nor the seat that must be occupied by the spectators of the entertainment stands of the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium, called Stand Fans RMCF”.

“These season tickets only show the FANS STAND, access, vomitorium and sector. The Anti-Violence Commission remembers that the season tickets for all football clubs must always include the location defined with the row and seat number,” stated the same press release.

In this sense, there was another proposal for a sanction of 4,000 euros for Rayo Vallecano “for deficiencies in the measures of access and permanence of spectators in the sports venue by allowing several cans of beer with alcohol to be introduced inside the sports venue” during a match against Granada CF.