Kaizer Chiefs have been found guilty by the Premier Soccer League Disciplinary Committee for the Moses Mabhida incident.
There were some unsavoury scenes after the AmaKhosi's loss to Free State Stars in the Nedbank Cup last season, as supporters were seen invading the pitch and damaging equipment.
As a result, the Soweto giants have now been found guilty and will play three games behind closed doors, one of which is suspended for a period of 24 months.
A statement from the PSL read;"The Premier Soccer League Disciplinary Committee has found Kaizer Chiefs guilty and ordered that they play three matches behind closed doors with one (of the three) matches suspended for a period of 24 months provided Kaizer Chiefs is not found guilty of a similar offence.
This follows the sitting of the Disciplinary Committee arising from the events of 21 April 2018 at Moses Mabhida Stadium during the Nedbank Cup match against Free State Stars where supporters of Kaizer Chiefs invaded the pitch and caused damage to property.