(Reuters) – UEFA have opened disciplinary proceedings and charged England’s Soccer Affiliation (FA) for disturbances throughout Sunday’s Euro 2020 ultimate towards Italy at Wembley, Europe’s soccer governing physique stated on Tuesday.
UEFA additionally stated it was conducting a separate investigation into the “occasions involving supporters which occurred inside and across the stadium”.
The ultimate, which Italy gained in a penalty shootout, was marred by clashes between followers and officers in and across the stadium. British police made 49 arrests and stated 19 of its officers have been injured.
The costs towards the FA embody: invasion of the sphere of play by its supporters, throwing of objects by its supporters, disturbance brought on by its supporters through the nationwide anthem and lighting of a firework.
“The case can be handled by the UEFA Management, Ethics and Disciplinary Physique (CEDB) in the end,” UEFA stated.
Final week the FA have been fined 30,000 euros ($35,460) after a laser pointer was shone at Denmark goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel throughout what proved to be the deciding second of their Euro 2020 semi-final.
The FA have been additionally charged following a disturbance through the nationwide anthems and for the setting off of fireworks through the semi-final.
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(Reporting by Rohith Nair in Bengaluru; Modifying by Christian Radnedge)