The Italian Football Federation says UEFA has awarded it a 3-0 win over Serbia after travelling fans forced the abandonment of their EURO 2012 qualifier.
UEFA also ordered Serbia to play one home qualifier behind closed doors, which could be increased to two games if there is more crowd trouble again over the next two years.
Italy will also be ordered to play a game in an empty stadium if there is a repeat of the trouble.
The Italian federation was charged because it failed to stop Serbian fans entering the stadium in Genoa with an arsenal of fireworks and flares.
The game on October 12 was delayed for 35 minutes following crowd trouble and when it finally did start, the referee called off proceedings after only seven minutes when Serbian supporters hurled flares onto the pitch and in the direction of Italian fans.
Serbian supporters were also filmed attempting to smash Perspex barriers at Stadio Luigi Ferrari and cutting through protective nets separating them from the pitch.
A statement from UEFA read: “a 3-0 victory in favour of Italy and two games behind closed doors for Serbia, of which one is conditional. Italy have been given a conditional one game behind closed doors.
“This is the decision of the disciplinary commission of UEFA which met today [Friday] in Nyon, based on the abandonment of the game between Italy and Serbia on October 12 in Genoa following the crowd unrest by Serbian fans.”
Both federations were also fined.