The Prague soccer clubs Slavia and Sparta received fines of CZK 200,000 over crowd trouble at the former’s Eden Stadium during a derby last Saturday. The Czech Football Association’s disciplinary committee also said that Slavia would be forced to play one league game behind closed doors if such scenes were repeated at their ground in the next three months. Fans of both clubs invaded the pitch after the final whistle and the police made over 80 arrests.
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