Liverpool and Sevilla fined over Europa League final trouble
Last Updated: 25/07/16 3:54pm
Liverpool and Sevilla have been fined by UEFA over the behaviour of their supporters during May's Europa League final.
Both Liverpool and opponents Sevilla were hit with charges relating to crowd disturbances, an illicit banner and the setting-off of fireworks at Basel's St Jakob Park.
And UEFA's disciplinary body has fined the Reds 16,000 euros - around £13,400 - and Sevilla 17,000 euros.
Sevilla won the game 3-1, winning a third successive Europa League title.