Bulgarian football stadium banned
Bulgarian football stadium banned | A racist attitude to the fans, banned from football stadiums in Bulgaria. Bulgaria’s stadium was banned during the Euro Cup qualifier against England and the Bulgarian team will now have to play two matches without the presence of fans. Earlier this month in a match between Bulgaria and England in the Euro Cup 2020 qualifier Bulgarian fans put racist sentences on English players in which Bulgarian officials advanced.
European football’s governing body has banned Bulgaria from practice, allowing them to play two matches at a vacant stadium and pay a fine of 75,000 euros. As a result of this belief, the Bulgarian team will play in an empty stadium in a match against the Czech Republic on November 17, and will banners on their home ground condemning racism.
In addition, the Bulgarian Football Association has been fined 10,000 euros for impersonating fans during the national anthem. The match played at Wiesel Levensky Stadium had to be stopped twice due to mismanagement of the fans, where fans used Nazi slate to cook players on racist sentences called monkeys. Despite the worst behavior, the England team had just finished the match instead of going out on the field, which was widely praised by the dominant football circles. The England Football Association welcomed the decision saying We hope we will never see such comedy scenes again and we will try not to let our players face the same situation again It is necessary. England beat Bulgaria 0-6 in a match played on October 14 in Sofia.