Feyenoord have been handed a €28,000 fine by UEFA after their fans set off fireworks in the Champions League tie with Napoli in December.

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Feyenoord defeated Napoli 2-1 in De Kuip on the 6th of December, with fans setting off fireworks towards the end of the game.

UEFA has now acted by slapping a €28,000 fine on the Rotterdam club, who are also under investigation by the KNVB after a similar incident during the KNVB Cup tie with PSV last month.

Feyenoord have urged fans to stop bringing fireworks or any other pyrotechnics to the stadium on their website.

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