FIFA Fines Nigeria, Germany, Argentina And Others For Crowd Disorder

FIFA Fines Nigeria, Germany, Argentina And Others For Crowd Disorder 1The Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) has launched a fine streak on Nigeria, Germany, Argentina, Czech, Panama, Switzerland, Chile, Ecuador, Brazil, Uruguay, Iran, Ukraine and Mexico for disorderly conduct among fans in their recent international matches.
FIFA Fines Nigeria, Germany, Argentina And Others For Crowd Disorder 2Nigeria was fined $31,000 for crowd disorder in our 4-0 in last month’s world cup qualifying match against Cameroon. Germany was fined $33,000 for Nazi chants among fans in their world cup qualifying match against the Czech Republic. Argentina was fined $57,000 for the verbal exchange of chants between their fans and the Uruguayan fans in their qualifying match against Uruguay. Uruguay was also fined $27,750 for the same reason.
FIFA Fines Nigeria, Germany, Argentina And Others For Crowd Disorder 3Other fined countries include: Brazil ($10,300), Panama ($51,500), Hungary ($20,600) Chile ($36,000) Ecuador ($20,600) Mexico ($10,300), Czech ($5,150).
The recent financial punishment was implemented by the governing body to reduce incidents of fans making hate chants in football matches to the barest minimum.
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