After the Football Association was fined for a “lack of order and discipline” in and around Wembley during the Euro 2020 final, England will be forced to play behind closed doors.
Uefa also ordered the Football Association to pay a fine of €100,000 (£84,500) in addition to a two-match crowd ban, the second of which was suspended for a two-year probationary term. The ban will take effect on England’s next competitive Uefa match, which is likely to be the first home game of their Nations League campaign in 2022-23.
After images of mayhem and violence marred England’s match against Italy, and a first major final in 50 years, the punishment was generally predicted. Hundreds, if not thousands, of people invaded the ground without having purchased a ticket. There were scenes of chaos within the stadium, while outside, more masses caused trouble along Wembley Way before and after the play, with claims of assault, abuse, and drug use abounding.
source : Guardian sport