December 4, 2021

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FIFA fines Chile for discriminatory behaviour

FIFA fines Chile for discriminatory behaviour

Chilean fans cheer today, in the South American qualifier match for the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar between Chile and Venezuela at the San Carlos de Abukindo Stadium in Santiago (Chile). EFE / Marcelo Hernandez POOL

FIFA fined National Professional Football League (ANFP) from Chile for 45,000 Swiss francs (50,000 USD) On the discriminatory behavior of its fans in the Brazil match on September 2, 2021 for the qualifying rounds in World Cup Qatar 2022.

This was reported on October 15, 2021 to ANFP’s Efe sources, who said that the punishment for the highest league football president Also think about reducing capacity And ban the fans in the seats behind the goals in the next La Roga match on home soil, which will be in it November vs Ecuador.

The The ANFP indicated that it will appeal to FIFA The penalty for capacity in the field and the fine is strict and nothing can be done against it.

According to local newspaper La Tercera, FIFA reports that led to this punishment are not yet known, although this same medium indicated that in Chile’s last two World Cup qualifying matches, Against Paraguay and Venezuela, there were also incidents.

And so, against Perugia, part of the public Chilean whistling anthemwhich FIFA considers subject to sanctions.

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