FC Magdeburg has been handed down a 96,000 euro fine by the German Football Association (DFB) and will be playing in the second division next season after they were convicted of misconduct by their fans.
Second department 1. FC Magdeburg has been sentenced to a fine of 96,000 euros by the s court of the German Football Association (DFB) for misconduct by its fans.
The judgment is final.
The club can use up to 32,000 euros for security or violence prevention steps, which would have to be proven to the DFB by June 30, 2023.
Throughout the 2nd half and after the last whistle of the DFB Cup game against Eintracht Frankfurt On August 1, 2022, Magdeburg viewers had actually fired up an overall of 160 pyrotechnic objects such as Bengalische Fewer, Relinked and turn signals.
The DFB revealed that the penalty standards for the work of the DFB control committee for clubs of the second league per burned-out pyrotechnic subject in principle supply a fine of 600 euros each.