UEFA has fined the Russian football association 30,000 euros ($37,707) for 'improper conduct' by fans at a EURO 2012 match against Poland.
The European football body says its disciplinary panel determined that Russian fans displayed 'illicit' nationalist flags and threw fireworks on the pitch. One man ran across the pitch carrying a Russia flag after the match.
The punishment adds to Russia's 120,000 euros ($150,898) fine imposed after fans attacked stadium staff in Wroclaw at the first match against Czech Republic.
Russia was eliminated from EURO 2012 after losing 1-0 against Greece.
Russia's association earned 10.5 million euros ($13.2 million) in participation and prize money for the team placing third in Group A behind the Czech Republic and Greece.
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