Due to the situation where dozens of Espanyol fans broke into the ground, not only the person concerned but also the club will be subject to severe punishment.
Spanish media such as the daily newspaper ‘As’ reported that Espanyol could be banned from holding home games for up to one season and fined.
In accordance with Article 15 of the disciplinary regulations of the Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF), if it is judged that ‘the game is disrupted and the physical integrity of referees, players, coaches or members of the public is damaged or endangered’ is violated, ‘play without spectators’ ‘, ‘complete or partial closure of the stadium’, ‘holding of matches on neutral ground’, etc.
If you comply with Article 76, ‘creating a danger to spectators or persons participating in the game, and neglecting the duty to ensure the correct development of the sporting event’, you may face a more serious problem. In this case, you will be fined between 18,000 euros (about 26.1 million won) and 90,000 euros (about 130 million won), and above all, the home stadium can be closed ‘from one game to a maximum of one season’. The actions of some fans created a possibility that other fans could not watch the home game.
Espanyol home fans broke into the ground after the home game between Barcelona and Spain Primera Liga held at the RCDE Stadium in Barcelona, Spain on the 15th. According to Spanish media, between 75 and 100 radical fans stormed the ground with the intention of disrupting Barcelona’s victory ceremony. Some fans smashed billboards and cameras, and frightened Barcelona players quickly ran into the tunnel and then attempted to enter the tunnel. Safety and police forces did not cause any mishaps, but the safety of the players was threatened. Captain Sergio Busquets even got into an argument with Espanyol fans.
Local police did not arrest fans who broke into the ground on the day of the match. Instead, we are working on checking the game videos and images one by one. It is expected that the level of punishment will be decided by finding out the fans who paid. Local media believes that if it is judged that the public order is seriously disturbed by the collective action of fans, there is a possibility that a criminal lawsuit will be initiated. If the offense is judged to be serious, a fine of up to 600,000 euros (about 870 million won) can be imposed. There is also a possibility that the La Liga secretariat will issue disciplinary action, such as a lifetime ban from the stadium.카지노사이트
Barcelona tied Robert Lewandowski’s multi-goal that day and won 4-2, winning the La Liga title four years after the 2018-2019 season. It is significant in that it is the first title that Lionel Messi (Paris Saint-Germain) won after leaving his team. Barcelona and Espanyol are rivals based in the same city of Barcelona.