Olympique de Marseille have been fined a total of 30,000 euros ($29,337) by UEFA after trouble during and after their Champions League loss to Tottenham Hotspur earlier in September.
Marseille fans clashed with security personnel and police after a 2-0 defeat in their Group D opener.
UEFA’s Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Body announced on Friday that the French club had been fined 15,000 euros for throwing objects and 15,000 euros for crowd disturbances as well as 2,500 euros for lighting fireworks.
Tottenham have been fined 6,000 euros for having objects thrown by some of their supporters.
It was a costly start to the Champions League for Marseille whose fans were embroiled in crowd trouble in their second game against Eintracht Frankfurt, a 1-0 defeat.
They have been ordered to play their next Champions League home game against Sporting on October 4 behind closed doors and are due to close the Virage Nord part of the Stade Vélodrome for visiting Tottenham Hotspur on November 1.