The Parkhead club were reprimanded by European football’s governing body
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Celtic have discovered their punishment from UEFA for displaying an anti-monarchy banner.
A section of the Hoops support unfurled a sign during the Champions League group stage clash against RB Leipzig at Parkhead on Tuesday, October 11. Celtic have now been fined for the banner, which read: "Against Hunger and the Crown."
UEFA have slapped the Parkhead club with a €17,500 for a 'provocative message of an offensive nature'. The Hoops were fined for a similar anti-monarchy display in an earlier Champions League clash against Shakhtar Donetsk, less than a week after the passing of Queen Elizabeth II. UEFA imposed a fine of €15,000 on that occasion and Celtic totalled received fines in excess of €50,000 during their Champions League campaign.
UEFA issued a €4,000 fine after fans let off fireworks against Real Madrid at Parkhead.
While their biggest fine of the season, of €19,500 arrived after letting off pyrotechnics during their 3-1 defeat to RB Leipzig in Germany.
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