Witness to various excesses, more or less serious, during the qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup, Fifa has sanctioned around fifty federations, including the FFF.
Racist insults, throwing objects on the lawn, use of pyrotechnic devices and / or non-compliance with health rules linked to the pandemic, Fifa has decided to crack down on these various slippages observed during the qualification campaign for the Cup of the world 2022. Around fifty federations around the world have thus suffered the wrath of the parent company of international football.
As early as September, Hungary had taken its part in the face of the multiple discriminatory behaviors noted, against England in particular, with a fine of 281,000 Swiss francs (approximately 266,000 euros) accompanied by two closed-door matches, one of which was reprieve, and a travel ban for his supporters on a meeting. For similar facts observed against Uruguay, Argentina for its part received a painful 28,430 euros and a home match ” limited gauge ».
The France-Bosnia match in the sights
Mexico, for the ” discriminatory behavior Of his supporters at the receptions of Canada and Honduras, is doubly sanctioned, up to 100,000 Swiss francs (95,000 euros) and with a closed session inflicted on two matches. France was not completely spared since the FFF received a fine of 2,000 Swiss francs (1,895 euros) for failing to respect barrier gestures during the match against Bosnia-Herzegovina on 1is last September in Strasbourg.