Nottingham Forest have been fined £50,000 for a pitch invasion following their Championship play-off semi-final win over Sheffield United last season.
Forest won the penalty shootout match in May 2022, but Blades forward Billy Sharp was knocked to the ground by a fan when the crowd ran onto the City Ground pitch.
A Forest subscription holder was later jailed for headbutting Sharp and also received a 10-year football ban.
Half of the fine was suspended until the end of the 2023-24 season.
The Football Association had accused Forest of failing to ensure their supporters “conducted themselves in an orderly manner” and refrained from using “threatening or violent behaviour” when invading the pitch.
Forest partially admitted the charge, with half the fine suspended provided there were no further breaches of FA rule E20.
The fans have been warned against land invasionsthe Premier League and English Football League introducing automatic club bans for pitch invaders.