Feyenoord have been hit with their second fine from UEFA in the space of a week, this time for an incident in which a fan threw beer at a Blackburn Rovers player.
The Rotterdam outfit received a 12,000 euro (£8,100) penalty after Blackburn midfielder Morten Gamst Pedersen was hit by a plastic cup thrown by Feyenoord fans - who also let off fireworks - during their UEFA Cup tie last month.
Last week, the club were fined 125,000 euros (£85,000) as punishment for the riots in Nancy before they UEFA Cup match on November 30.
They were also told they may have to play two European games behind closed doors if their fans are involved in further incidents.
Feyenoord have three days to appeal the latest fine.