European soccer's governing body ordered Hungary's Honved to play its next home match in a UEFA competition in an empty stadium because of racist behavior by its fans.
The disciplinary committee of the Union of European Football Associations said Friday an additional one-match ban will be deferred for a probationary period of five years.
Honved fans displayed a banner with a racist slogan at the Bozsik Stadium in Budapest during a July 26 Intertoto Cup match against Sturm Graz. The Austrian team won the game 2-1 to advance into the UEFA Cup.
In a separate case, Sturm Graz was fined $37,000 for improper conduct by its supporters at the match. Both clubs can appeal their verdict within three days.