The UEFA Disciplinary Committee imposes a fine of €62,250 on the capital club, half of which is for the pyrotechnics used.
The pyrotechnic show played by the Auteuil bend will have no more consequences than a heavy fine for PSG.
More than a month after the Parisian victory over Juventus Turin (2-1) at the Parc des Princes and the numerous smoke bombs lit in the stands at the entrance of the two teams, the UEFA Disciplinary Committee on Tuesday inflicted 62 A fine of €250 for the club of the capital, including €34,250 for the smoke bombs, €18,000 for “blocking the traffic lanes of spectators” and €10,000 for “provocative message”.
According to Pierre Barthélémy, a lawyer for several supporters’ associations, this marks UEFA’s new policy of no longer inflicting behind closed doors after using “festive” pyrotechnics.
The European body will only decide to suspend stands or enclosures in the event of smoke bombs being thrown towards the lawn.
UEFA Disciplinary Committee: €62,250 fine against PSG after PSG-Juventus, including €34,250 for the pyro.
PSG will therefore be able to play their last two home games of the group stage with a packed stadium.
It starts this Tuesday evening against Benfica (9 p.m.) before the reception of Maccabi Haifa on October 25.