Bundesliga club Union Berlin was finished by an unsportsmanlike behavior of his fans with a fine of 2000 euros.
In the 57th minute of the DFB Cup game at Chemnitz FC on August 1 (2-1), Berlin spectators fired up two foggy pots.
It gets a lot more costly for 2nd division club Contract Braunschweig.
In the 67th minute of the second division video game versus Fortuna Düsseldorf on August 20 (2: 2), Braunschweig spectators burned a minimum of 35 Bengal fire.
For this purpose, the BTSV has now been fined at a fine of 21,000 euros.
The association can utilize up to 7000 euros for safety-related or violence prevention procedures, as the DFB reports.
For comparable reasons, third department club MSV Duisburg is asked to pay.
When the teams were gotten in before the video game at SV When Wiesbaden on October 28 (3: 1), Duisburg viewers sparked at least 14 Bengal torches and six turn signals (rhythmic up flames of Pyrotechnic short articles).
To do this, the MSV should now pay 7000 euros.
Lisa competitor Eager beaver Dresden, on the other hand, was fined by 2 cases of unsportsmanlike behavior of his fans.
At the beginning of the second half in the video game versus FC Ingolstadt on September 17 (1-1), a Bengal torch was burned down in the Dresden fan block.
In addition, SGD advocates tossed at least five items on the field throughout the encounter, such as lighters and beverage mugs towards the Ingolstadt players.
A charge of 1850 euros is due for this misconduct.
All clubs have consented to the judgments that they are lawfully binding according to the DFB.