UEFA fined the Turkish club “Fenerbahce” for the shouting of fans at the match with “Dynamo” — they shouted about Putin

Anhelina Sheremet

The UEFA Disciplinary Committee made a decision regarding the Turkish football club "Fenerbahçe" due to the behavior of its fans during the match against "Dynamo".

The Union of European Football Associations announced this on August 5, Tribuna reports.

The committee warned "Fenerbahçe" due to inappropriate behavior of the team and fined the club €50,000 and ordered to partially close the stands in the next home match of the European Cups. The reason is "throwing objects and voicing a provocative message of an offensive nature, that is, illegal shouting."

  • On July 27, during a match with Dynamo Kyiv, fans of the Fenerbahce football club chanted: "Vladimir Putin, la-la-la." In response, Ukrainian fans shouted: "ZSU" [the Armed Forces of Ukraine]. The club itself condemned this behavior of the fans and called it unacceptable.