€ 40,000 fine at Atlético de Madrid for the Madrid derby

The reason is as follows: "For not preventing fans from occupying the central evacuation stairs of the stadium" during the last match against Real Madrid.


The Anti-Violence Commission has proposed a fine of 40,000 euros to Atlético de Madrid "for not preventing fans from occupying the central evacuation stairs of the stadium" during the last match against Real Madrid.

The Commission explains that occupying these stairs throughout the game makes possible a possible emergency evacuation and the intervention of the corresponding services to assist the fans who need it, and recalls that Atlético "has been warned on numerous occasions and is not the first time that it has been proposed for sanction or has been sanctioned for similar acts ".

He has also proposed a penalty of 20,000 euros to Osasuna for deficiencies in access control measures and permanence of spectators, by not preventing, in the match against Betis fans from the South Gol area occupy the evacuation routes of the enclosure sporting during the celebration of this meeting

Another fine of 10,000 euros is proposed for Cadiz for deficiencies in access control measures and permanence of spectators, by not preventing, in the match against Las Palmas, a large banner that had not been introduced communicated or previously authorized to the safety coordinator or to the sports club itself

The Anti-Violence Commission declared the Betis-Sevilla and Oviedo-Sporting parties "high-risk"



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