Real Madrid fines fined for Nazi symbols
A Spanish government commission has imposed fines of 3,000 euros each on four Real Madrid fans who displayed Nazi symbols at last month’s La Liga match against city rivals Atletico at Real’s Bernabeu stadium.
The four were members of the far right “Ultras Sur” group and the symbols displayed including a swastika and the German word “Totenkopf”, a reference to the Nazis’ SS paramilitary organisation, according to an official who asked not to be identified by name.
Real, who lost the match 1-0, did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
The four, who were not named, were also banned from sporting venues for six months.
The punishments were imposed by Spain’s commission against violence, racism, xenophobia and intolerance in sport.Subscribe today to World Soccer Magazine - The unrivalled authority on the game of soccer
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