Valencia’s sentence for racially abusing Real Madrid striker Vinicius Jr has been lowered on appeal.
The club’s Mestalla Stadium’s temporary closure has been reduced from five to three matches.
The sentence has also been reduced from 45,000 euros to 27,000 euros (£23,400) after the Spanish Football Federation appeals committee agreed to “partially uphold” Valencia’s appeal.
Vinicius, 22, from Brazil, was subjected to racial chants from the audience.
Spanish police apprehended three people in connection with the abuse, which Real Madrid described as a “hate crime” and referred to the Spanish prosecutor’s office.