UEFA Gives Partial Stadium Bans to Bulgaria, Romania for Fan Racism
Bulgaria will have to close part of its national stadium for European Championship qualifiers against England and the Czech Republic because of fan racism.
UEFA issued the order, saying Bulgarian fans were racially abusive during a 2-1 loss to the Czech Republic and a 3-2 loss to Kosovo last month.
Bulgaria hosts England on Oct. 14 and the Czech Republic on Nov. 17.
Romania has also been ordered to close part of its home stadium for a future under-21 game after UEFA ruled its fans behaved in a racist manner during the European under-21 championship last month.
Another racism case against Latvia was dropped.
UEFA also handed out various fines to Romania, Ukraine, and Greece for rowdy behavior by fans.
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