UEFA penalties Hungary £50,000 for Euro 2016 crowd trouble.
The fine was evaluated following an inquiry into a buff problem in Hungary’s 1-1 draw with Iceland.
UEFA released a statement describing the charges against Hungary had related to ‘bunch interference, setting off of fireworks and throwing of things.’
When some of them attempted to scale an impediment into another section, Hungary supporters battled with Stade Velodrome security in Marseille.
Fans lit and threw flares and firecrackers repeatedly over the course of the match.
Team captain Balazs Dzsudzsak has told fans not to cause additional troubles ahead of Wednesday night’s clash with Portugal.
‘I request that everybody continues to support us, but in a way which doesn’t give a reason for any punishment that is potential,’ he said.
‘Just the occasions on the field will determine how we finish the European Championship’.
Hungary joins two other states to happen to be fined by UEFA for fan behavior during Euro 2016.
UEFA has on-going investigations into Turkey for various, and fanatics from Romania, Albania, Portugal, Belgium alleged in-arena offenses.