Inter supporters have been banned from attending Sunday’s final Serie A match at Parma, authorities have confirmed.
The announcement comes two days after supporters of title rivals Roma were barred from attending their game at Catania.
Violence has marred the Italian game in recent years with a policeman being killed in riots outside a match in Catania in February last year.
A national anti-hooligan body, set up to rule on whether away supporters can attend certain high-risk matches, left the decision to the individual city authorities.
The head of Parma’s civil security body told reporters they had decided to ban Inter fans.
“Yes, the body has agreed to the closure of the visitors’ section of Parma’s stadium for Sunday,” Michele Formiglio said.
Antonio Matarrese, the head of the Italian league, has been among those to criticise the decisions to ban the fans from possibly seeing their team win the title.