The Super League match between Lucerne and the Grasshoppers, which ended on May 12, is considered a 0-0-lost match for GC. In addition, the Zurich must perform two ghost games.
The Disciplinary Commission (DK) of the Swiss Football League announces its verdict after the cancellation because of the protest between the fans of Lucerne and the Grasshoppers. According to this, the blame for the game crashes into Lucerne no doubt the supporters of the Hoppers, which is why the Zurich club must respond to the behavior of the fans.
In the verdict, the DK justified: «The referee had to interrupt the match between Lucerne and GC in the 68th minute, as a group of supporters from the visiting club entered the field and boycotted the resumption of the game. After several attempts to calm the situation, the referee eventually had to abort the game because the safety of the players and spectators was no longer guaranteed.
The match against Lucerne is counted with the existing one at the time of the demolition result of 4: 0 for the home team. This means that the central Swiss can no longer be caught by Xamax, who are ranked on the Barrage course and will definitely play in the Super League next season.
GC accepts the decision
In addition to the Forfait defeat, the Commission gives CHF 30,000 away to Grasshopper Club Zurich and excludes two ghost games with the camera. Influenced by the stadium bans are according to the latest status of the last Super League match next Wednesday against Sion and the first home game of the following season in the Challenge League.
GC wants to accept the decision and give up redress. It explicitly condemns the behavior of individual fan groups and wants to continue to work on solutions against fan violence in Swiss football, according to the Grasshoppers. That way, the match against Lucerne is decidedly assessed and the sanctions take effect immediately.