Celtic fined after pitch supporter invasion

Aubrey Yates
October 24, 2017

Meanwhile, PSG have also been punished by UEFA after breaking seats in the away end of Celtic Park, receiving a €5000 fine.

"It is disappointing at any ground that a supporter gets on to the pitch".

A Celtic fan invaded the pitch during the first-half of their clash with PSG in the Champions League and attempted to kick Mbappe.

He later admitted the offence and was banned from football in the United Kingdom for four years and given a 160-hour community payback order.

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Uefa charged Celtic for the incident and, had they made a decision to partially close Parkhead, it would have meant a reduced attendance for next Tuesday's Champions League match with Bayern Munich.

Celtic FC have been fined €10,000 after a Co Armagh man's pitch invasion last month.

UEFA issued fines for Paris Saint-Germain, Celtic and Basel over crowd troubles and damages caused by their spectators. Their previous punishment was a £20,000 fine in July for crowd offences in their home qualifier against Linfield, including the display of a banner featuring a paramilitary-style figure.

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