Egyptian club Al Masry has had its ban from domestic football overturned by the Court of Arbitration for Sport but is still barred from staging games at its Port Said stadium for four years after the violence during a match in February that left more than 70 people dead.
Al Masry appealed to CAS after being hit by a series of punishments by the Egyptian Football Association (EFA) after the tragedy on 1 February which occurred after Al Masry fans invaded the pitch after a surprise 3-1 win over Cairo club Al Ahly in Port Said.
CAS announced in a statement that it had partially upheld Al Masry's appeal against the EFA, which chose not to participate in the CAS procedure.
The decisions taken by CAS are that Al Masry will be able to play in EFA events in 2012/-2013 - having initially been banned by the EFA - and has had its demotion to the second Egyptian league for the 2013-2014 campaign annulled as well.
However, CAS also announced that Al Masry remains banned from holding games in the Port Said stadium for four calendar years.
The statement added: "While spectators are banned from Al Masry home games for the next complete season, they are able to attend away matches, with the exception of the next four games against Al Ahly which shall be played without fans on neutral playground which shall be at a distance of 200 km from Cairo or Port Said."