Atlético, fined € 25,000 for access failures

The Anti-Violence Commission has sanctioned the mattress club for deficiencies that presented its access controls in the match against Getafe.


The Commission against Violence, Racism, Xenophobia and Intolerance in Sport has proposed a penalty of 25,000 euros to Atlético de Madrid for deficiencies in access control in the LaLiga Santander match against Getafe, said agency in a release

According to Antiviolencia, those responsible for the safety of the mattress club did not carry out the security checks prior to the fans at the access doors to prevent access without entry, carrying weapons, dangerous objects or substances prohibited in the Sports Law. "The Anti-Violence Commission reminds all sports clubs that these controls are mandatory and cannot be suspended because they can affect the safety of all fans inside a sports venue," notes note

Likewise, he has proposed a penalty of 2,500 euros and five months of prohibition of access to sports venues to each of the 10 fans of Badajoz who, in the visit to the field of Cordoba, seven large-scale sticks were intervened in several vehicles , 14 flares and two smoke boats. Several of those identified had already starred in other occasions alternated with other fans.

On the other hand, the friendly Colombia-Chile, which takes place this Saturday at Rico Pérez de Alicante, the Madrid derby Getafe-Leganés of LaLiga Santander on October 19 at Alfonso Pérez and the Andalusian derby, have been declared high risk Málaga-Cádiz de LaLiga SmartBank this Saturday at La Rosaleda.



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