Nottingham Forest have been fined £50,000 for attacking after their Championship semi-final win over Sheffield United last season.
Forest won match on penalties in May 2022 but Blades striker Billy Sharp was tackled to the ground by a fan as crowds rushed the City Ground.
A Forest season ticket holder was later arrested for headbutting Sharp and being handed a 10-year football ban.
Half of the fee has been suspended until the end of the 2023-24 season.
The Football Association accused Forest of failing to ensure their fans “behave in an orderly manner” and refrain from using “dangerous or violent means” when attacking the pitch.
Forest partially accepted the charge, and half of the fine was suspended on the condition that there was no breach of FA E20.
Fans will be warned about the attack on the squaresand the Premier League and the English Football League are introducing club-specific bans on attackers.