Eintracht Frankfurt has to pay a total of 12,500 euros in fine in the quarter-final second leg of the Europa League at FC Barcelona.
8000 euros are due for “inappropriate behavior of the team”, 4,500 euros are due due to the ignition of fireworks by fans in the 3-2 away win, as the European Football Union UEFA announced.
The punishments were already imposed on May 2 by the disciplinary commission of the continental association.
Frankfurt threatens, among other things, for the storm of Eintracht supporters after moving into the final through the 1-0 in the semi-final second leg against West Ham United.
The Hessian Bundesliga club will meet the Glasgow Rangers in the final on Wednesday (9:00 p.m.) and fought for his first international title since 1980.