Red Star and PSG charged by UEFA


Paris Saint-Germain and Red Star Belgrade have been charged by UEFA for fan violence at their Champions League game on Wednesday.

The two clubs will be facing the disciplinary panel for judgment on “crowd disturbances” on October 18th.

After being banned by UEFA from selling tickets to fans, Red Star was charged for “illicit chants” inside Parc des Princes on Wednesday.

Rival fans collide outside the stadium after PSG won 6-1.

PSG fans lit fireworks inside the stadium earning the club a charge.

Red Star has previously been punished this season by UEFA for fan incidents as well as racist behaviour and causing damage to a rival team’s stadium in the qualifying rounds.

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UEFA has given a probationary order to the Serbian Champions for their stadium to be close down for a home game and this has put them under threat.