UEFA finesFC Levskiwith EUR 40,000 for the incidents in Skopje


The European Football Federation (UEFA) imposed a fine of 40,000 euros on the Bulgarian football club Levski for the incidents that the fans of the club from Sofia caused last Thursday in Skopje during the match of the second round in the Conference League against the Macedonian representative Shkupi.

The Bulgarian club announced Tuesday evening that the fine was imposed due to “discriminatory behavior in the stand where Levski fans were located, including chanting on ethnic grounds and political messages, as well as incidents in the section with away fans”.

Due to incidents related to the match between Shkupi and Levski (0-2), the Macedonian police arrested 21 people, including 19 supporters of FC Levski.

In an incident that happened in the Chair settlement, a fan of the Bulgarian club was injured by stabbing.

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