Partial camera for OM against Feyenoord in the Europa League Conference – L’É

UEFA indicates in fact “to order the partial closure of the Olympique de Marseille stadium, that is to say the entire North Bend, during the next UEFA competition match in which Olympique de Marseille would play as host club and fine Olympique de Marseille €80,000 for lighting fireworks, throwing objects and unrest in the stands”. Several incidents sanctioned in the past In this case, OM pays for its European past enamelled with incidents in its enclosure, with several sanctions in the key. The last being a fine of 17,500 euros for using pyrotechnic devices during the reception of Lokomotiv Moscow, on December 9, in the Europa League. But before, on September 30, during the reception of Galatasaray, disturbances had already taken place in the Vélodrome stadium. Like many others in past seasons, when OM had been regularly sanctioned by the UEFA Disciplinary Committee. In addition, OM was sentenced to a fine of €18,000 for blocking the passages allowing the public to circulate.