Legia Warsaw punished for second time by UEFA over fan violence
NYON, Switzerland -- UEFA has banned Legia Warsaw from selling tickets for their Champions League match at Borussia Dortmund, in the latest round of punishments tied to violence by the club's fans.
UEFA says its disciplinary panel acted on crowd disturbances at Legia's 5-1 loss at Real Madrid last month.
Several Legia fans clashed with police outside the stadium.
UEFA says the club cannot sell its fan tickets for a Nov. 22 match at Borussia Dortmund.
A ban on Legia fans for two more away matches in UEFA competitions was deferred for a one-year probationary period.
UEFA also fined the Polish champion €80,000 ($87,000) for the second time this season.
Legia hosted Madrid in an empty stadium last week, in a game that ended 3-3, after fan violence at the home game against Dortmund in September.