SFA fined £4,000 by FIFA for Tartan Army booing English national anthem
FIFA has fined the Scottish Football Association £4,000 after the Tartan Army booed the English national anthem in the World Cup qualifier at Hampden Park in June.
It is the second time in less than a year the SFA has been punished by the game's governing body for "improper conduct" of Scotland supporters.
Boos rang out from the Hampden stands during the playing of the English anthem ahead of the match, that finished 2-2, to leave Gordon Strachan's side a hope of qualifying for the 2018 tournament in Russia.
The fine is the second to be dished out for this offence with the SFA... read more
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