Uefa have ordered Dynamo Kiev to play their next two home European games behind closed doors after supporters attacked black fans at their Champions League match against Chelsea last month.

The Ukrainian champions were also fined 100,000 euros (£70,278) for the incidents in the Champions League Group G game .

If there is a repeat in the next three years, they will have to play a third game behind closed doors.

Uefa said the sanctions were handed down for racist behaviour, crowd disturbances and blocked stairways during the match which ended 0-0 at the Olympiyskiy Stadium.

The charges were brought following a sustained attack against black supporters filmed by FARE, the anti-discriminatory Football Against Racism in Europe body.

The video footage showed several black fans being attacked by one set of fans and then set upon by another group who also blocked their exit.

This is not the first time the club’s supporters have been in trouble with the authorities. Last season, Uefa ordered Kiev close part of their ground following a pitch invasion by supporters during a Europa League match against French club Guingamp in February.

UEFA also fined Dynamo 15,000 euros and ordered them to close part of their stadium, after Everton’s black players were racially abused during a Europa League game two weeks later.