FIFA can confirm that its own Disciplinary Committee has visited sanctions on several soccer organizations for events including, amongst others, discriminatory and unsporting actions by devotees during recent 2018 FIFA World Cup™ qualifying matches.
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Italy continues to be fined CHF 15,000 for events that happened during the same match.

Moreover, Herzegovina and Bosnia has been fined 17,500 and Montenegro CHF 15,000 CHF 26,500, Poland for various events including the use of pyrotechnics by enthusiasts.
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Furthermore, Brazil continues to be fined 20,000 and Mexico CHF 10,000 CHF 35,000, Argentina for various events affecting discriminatory and unsporting actions by supporters homophobic including, chants. that were

The FIFA Disciplinary Committee took the choices after analysing all the unique conditions of every case, particularly the match officials’ reports, the position embraced by the organization (if appropriate) as well as the anti-discrimination match onlookers’ reports as well as the related evidence available. The committee has complete discretion concerning the assessment of evidence (cf. art. 97 level. The involved parties are notified of the selections.
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Aside from the observation and sanctions of possible events, FIFA has put in place an all-inclusive strategy to handle discrimination, including the FIFA Good Practice Guide on Diversity and Anti-Discrimination, training, awareness-raising as well as the support of member organizations in developing strong educational and preventative measures.