Celtic fined £15,350 for fans’ anti-monarchy banner by Uefa

Celtic have been fined £15,350 by Uefa after their fans displayed an anti-monarchy banner during last month’s Champions League game with RB Leipzig in Glasgow.

They had already been fined just over £13,000 after a similar banner had been brought out during their game against Shakhtar Donetsk in September.

The fine was for showing a “provocative message of an offensive nature”.

Hearts have been fined £10,500 for two fan offences.

The charges relate to the “lighting of fireworks” and “throwing of objects” from away supporters in Florence during Hearts’ 5-1 Conference League defeat by Fiorentina last month.

Fiorentina were also fined around £4,000 for their fans’ use of flares.

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