Eintracht Frankfurt fans have been banned from attending their Europa Conference League against Aberdeen next month.
The game at Pittodrie on December 14 will be the the Dons’ final European game of the campaign.
Barry Robson’s side have only picked up two points from their opening four games despite a string of impressive performances in Group G.
They are currently seven points behind second place, meaning they have no chance of qualifying for the knockout stages.
UEFA confirmed on Monday that fans of the German club have been banned from their next away tie after supporters lit fireworks and threw objects during their game against HJK in Helsinki.
They have also been fined £30,000 for the incidents that took place on November 9.
Eintracht beat Aberdeen 2-1 in the opening group game of the section before the Scottish side drew 1-1 with HJK two weeks later.
A gut wrenching 3-2 defeat to PAOK took place at Pittodrie in the third game when Aberdeen threw away a two goal lead before losing the game with an injury-time penalty.
They then earned a respectable 2-2 draw with the Greek side in matchday four but it wasn’t enough to save their European campaign.
A trip to Helsinki is next up before the Premiership side host Frankfurt in the last game of the section.
The League Cup Final against Rangers will take place three days later at Hampden.
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