Dons fined £9,100 and warned by Uefa after Europa League match with Apollon Limassol

The scene at the Europa League clash

Aberdeen FC has been fined £9,1000 by Uefa following trouble at their Europa League third qualifying round match.

The European football’s governing body started disciplinary proceedings against the Dons and Apollon Limassol FC following crowd trouble at the game earlier this month.

The Aberdeen club faced charges of crowd disturbances and no stewards travelling with supporters.

In its decision published today, the Uefa Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Body said the Dons would be fined £9,100 for the first charge. For the later, it received a warning about its lack of stewards travelling with supporters.

Uefa also fined Apollon Limassol £25,000 for fans setting off fireworks, throwing objects and “improper conduct of the team”.