UEFA sanctions Bayern with more than 50,000 euros and prohibits them from selling tickets as a visitor


Bayern Munich was sanctioned this Thursday by UEFA with the prohibition of not selling tickets to its fans for the next away match in European competition, after objects were thrown onto the pitch and flares were lit in the first leg. of the round of 16 of the Champions League against the Italian Lazio on February 14, according to a statement.

“Due to the lighting of flares and the throwing of objects, prohibit FC Bayern from selling tickets to its visiting fans for its next UEFA club competition match,” the entity reported in response to the disciplinary measure imposed by its Control Body. , Ethics and Discipline.

In addition, the Bavarian entity will have to face a fine of 50,750 euros for those throwing objects onto the field and the lighting of flares by Bayern fans in the round of 16 duel in Rome.

The Munich team lost 1-0 in the first leg of the round of 16 against Lazio, in a match in which defender Dayot Upamecano saw the red card, now sanctioned by UEFA with a one-match suspension, so He will miss the second leg, on Tuesday at the Allianz Arena.