New penalty "behind closed doors" against the Hungarian Football Association, for racist behavior of the country's fans, during matches of their National team.
After last June, when UEFA punished her with a three-match ban for what happened at the "Puskas Arena" in Budapest, for Euro 2020, a new "closed-door" penalty was imposed for the racist behavior of the spectators of the match. with England for the Qatar World Cup qualifiers (2022).
FIFA fined the Hungarian Football Association two fines behind closed doors (one with a two-year suspension) and a fine of 185 thousand euros.
The FIFA disciplinary committee after investigation confirmed that a large part of the Hungarian fans engaged in racist behavior, while they also threw objects at Gareth Southgate's footballers.
FIFA has punished two players behind closed doors for its competitions, one of which will be assessed if similar events occur in a period of two years.