EURO 2024: UEFA Hands Bellingham Suspended One-Match Ban, £25,000 Fine

EURO 2024: UEFA Hands Bellingham Suspended One-Match Ban, £25,000 Fine

Jude Bellingham has been cleared to play in England’s Euro 2024 quarter-final against Switzerland by UEFA.

The England midfielder, who scored a sensational bicycle kick in the last-16 victory over Slovakia to take the tie into extra-time, was investigated by UEFA over a gesture he made after his celebration.

According to SkySports, Bellingham has been handed a suspended one-match ban and a £25,406 fine.

UEFA says the ban “is not immediately enforced and is subject to a probationary period of one year”.

The Football Association has also been fined a total of £9,312 for crowd disturbances (€10,000) and the lighting of fireworks (€1,000).

England’s full squad trained on the eve of the Euro 2024 quarter-final against Switzerland, including full-back Luke Shaw.

Gareth Southgate’s side head to Dusseldorf looking to set-up a semi-final clash against Turkey or the Netherlands.

All 26 players trained at their Blankenhain basecamp on Friday before travelling to the capital of North Rhine-Westphalia.

Shaw is pushing to make his first appearance for club or country since sustaining a hamstring issue in February.

Meanwhile, centre-back Marc Guehi, one of England’s star performers at the tournament, serves a one-match ban against Switzerland having picked up two bookings across his four starts.

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