Valencia and Inter have both appealed to UEFA over penalties incurred after a mass brawl marred their Champions League tie two weeks ago.
The appeals hearing will take place at the UEFA headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland on March 28, and all of the players have been summoned to attend, UEFA said in a statement.
UEFA fined both clubs 155,772 euros and suspended Valencia defender David Navarro for seven months, after he broke the nose of Inter’s Nicolas Burdisso in the punch-up.
Burdisso picked up a six match ban for his role in the brawl, while teammate Maicon was also hit with a six match ban while UEFA’s disciplinary committee issued three and two match suspensions respectively to two further Inter players, Ivan Cordoba and Julio Cruz.
Valencia player Carlos Marchena was handed a four-match ban for his role in the incident.