The UEFA disciplinary committee has fined Feyenoord for the fourth time this season.

This happened as a result of misconduct by supporters during the Conference League game against Slavia Prague (2-1).

The Rotterdammers will be fined more than 50,000 euros for throwing objects, setting off fireworks and blocking the stairs at the home game on Thursday, September 30.

Earlier this season, Feyenoord already received fines after the European home matches with FC Drita, FC Luzern and IF Elfsborg.

The club has already had to pay a total of 124,125 euros in fines to UEFA this season.

So far, every European home game of Feyenoord this season has resulted in a fine.

The team of trainer Arne Slot will play against the German Union Berlin in De Kuip on Thursday.

UEFA has banned a planned atmosphere campaign with a banner referring to the bombing of Rotterdam by the Nazis during the Second World War.

The Feyenoord supporters' association spoke of "a ridiculous decision".

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