BERLIN | German Football Federation was fined 25000 Euros for the misconduct of supporters at the match against Denmark’s representative, on 17 June, in the Group B of the European Championships in Ukraine and Poland, UEFA announced on Monday.
This fine comes after that Germans burned smokers, displayed banners and symbols that were inadequate and played inappropriate songs. At the match, after Germany’s second goal two smokes were thrown behind the goalkepper Manuel Neuer. German Soccer Federation has been fined $ 10000 after the match in the group with Portugal, as fans threw paper balls in the field. Germany will meet Italy on Thursday in Warsaw, in the Euro-2012 first semifinal.