Hertha BSC fined for Dortmund disturbances
17 December 2018 18:25 GMT
Hertha Berlin has been hit with a fine of 135,000 euros following disturbances against Borussia Dortmund by the German Football Association (DFB) sports court.
According to Kicker, Hertha BSC has to pay a fine of more than 100,000 euros and pay an additional 35,000 euros to the North Rhine-Westphalia Police Foundation, which supports police employees who, as a result of their employment, have suffered serious health problems or have become unfit for work. The capital club can use up to 33,000 of the € 100,000 for security, infrastructural and violence prevention measures.