The head of the Italian football federation says Cagliari president Massimo Cellino will face sanctions after his actions forced Cagliari's home match against Roma on Sunday to be postponed.
The match was called off early on Sunday after the Sardinian club defied orders to play the Serie A match in an empty stadium.
FICG President Giancarlo Abete says "Massimo Cellino's behaviour is unacceptable and damages the image of the whole of Italian football ... all this will certainly be punished."
Cagliari's new Is Arenas has yet to pass security tests and local authorities ruled that the match would take place without supporters.
However, Cellino urged fans to ignore the authorities, posting a statement on the club website calling for fans to attend peacefully, regardless of the ruling.
Cagliari goalkeeper Michael Agazzi and teammate Marco Sau were among the three new additions to Italy coach Cesare Prandelli's squad for a June friendly against San Marino and a World Cup qualifier away to the Czech Republic.