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Euro 2020: Hungary Punished By Uefa For Discriminatory Behaviour Of Fans

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Hungary have been ordered to play their next three home games behind closed doors after Uefa found their supporters guilty of discriminatory behaviour during Euro 2020.

Charges relating to racism and other discriminatory conduct were laid after each of Hungary’s group games against Portugal, France and Germany in June.

The third game of the ban is suspended for a probationary period of two years.

Hungary must also display a banner promoting equality at future matches.

Uefa have also handed Hungarian Football Federation a 100,000 Euros (£85,500) fine for the number of fan infringements.

The punishment only relates to Uefa competition matches. Hungary are due to host England in a World Cup qualifying game on 2 September, but that will fall under world governing body Fifa’s rules.

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