Feyenoord have been thrown out of the UEFA Cup after the crowd trouble during their match against French side Nancy on 30 November.
The game had to be stopped for half an hour because of trouble in the stands as Feyenoord trailed 3-0.
Feyenoord were drawn to meet Tottenham in the last 32 knockout stage of the Uefa Cup but Spurs are now expected to get a bye into the next round.
Feyenoord had originally been fined £81,000 and handed a suspended sentence to play two matches behind closed doors.
The decision was taken by Uefa’s independent Control and Disciplinary board, but European football’s governing body appealed against the decision and demanded a harsher punishment.
“The appeal by Feyenoord against the original punishment handed down by the Uefa Control and Disciplinary Body was rejected,” said a Uefa statement.
“Feyenoord were also ordered to contact Nancy regarding settlement of the damages.”