UEFA charged Stockholm club AIK with “lack of order and security” after supporters attacked opponents Levski Sofia after a Europa League playoff match.
AIK hooligans attacked the Bulgarian team’s bus with rocks and bottles after the goalless draw Thursday at Rasunda Stadium.
Levski owner Todor Batkov said he and two players were hit and the windscreen of the bus was damaged.
A UEFA disciplinary panel will hear the case on Sept. 23.
AIK said they expect “hard punishment” from UEFA. The club was €15000 for fan violence during a July 28 Champions League qualifier against Rosenborg.