The State Commission against Violence, Racism, Xenophobia and Intolerance in Sports has proposed a fine of 4,000 euros and prohibiting access to sports venues for 12 months for each of the 18 fans “of radical and violent groups” of the CD Numancia who participated, last Saturday, May 27, in a massive brawl through the streets of Soria.

The Permanent Anti-Violence Commission, having identified these ultras, has made this decision as a result of the fight “with sticks and other blunt objects against the radical UE Cornellà fans”on the occasion of a Primera RFEF match played in the 2022/23 season.

“As a consequence of these events, a fan of the visiting teamand was seriously injured by the blows and kicks receivedand had to be transferred to the hospital,” Antiviolencia indicated this Tuesday in a press release.

“For the rest, the Anti-Violence Commission wants to highlight the new campaign that LaLiga has launched against racism, bullying, hate, homophobia and sexism, with the motto ‘Together towards a football free of hate‘”, underlined the note about the performances of ‘LALIGA VS’.

Furthermore, Antiviolence has proposed a sanction of 4,000 euros to Rayo Vallecano “due to deficiencies in the measures of access and permanence of spectators” during a match against Girona FC, and a sanction of 3,001 euros to RCD Mallorca for the same reason against Cádiz CF.

Another fine of 3,001 euros has been proposed for Betis “for allowing a large banner to be introduced and displayed inside the sports venue without having previously communicated it to the security coordinator”, during a duel against Las Palmas.

The same penalty of 3,001 euros, and for the same reason, has also been proposed for the Sevilla FC regarding a Champions League match against Arsenal FC. Finally, the Commission has declared the UD Barbastro vs FC Barcelona and the Arandina CF vs Real Madridboth events corresponding to the round of 32 of the Copa del Rey.