The French champions will play games with the stadium part closed.
Paris Saint-German have been ordered by UEFA to play their next Champions League game with the stadium partly closed after their fans abused disabled Chelsea supporters, reports the BBC.
Two sections of the Parc des Princes will be closed after a group of Blues fans were abused and harassed during a game in the French capital last season.
The incident occurred during a Champions League quarter-final clash between the two sides on April 2 and it was described like being in hell by one supporter.
The away fans were seated among the Parisian support and were subject to being spat at and having coins and bottles thrown at them.
This is an unprecedented decision from UEFA as no club has ever been punished for abuse relating to disability.
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