Last Thursday, some fans of RSC Anderlecht briefly interrupted the Cup game against Union by throwing smoke bombs. They landed on the field, not far from the players of Union and RSCA. In the Duden Park, damage was also found at various places.
RSCA recalls that smoke bombs and other pyrotechnic products have no place in a football stadium and that this type of behavior damages the image of the club. Such incidents have already led to fines and sanctions in the past and can even be punished with a game behind closed doors. Perpetrators can receive fines and a stadium ban and also be prosecuted.
We insist that the safety of all fans, players, referees, stewards and staff in the stadium must not be compromised at any time.
We miss our loyal fans. We want to see you back at the stadium as soon as possible. But passion must be expressed in a different, safe way.
We are counting on you.