UEFA disciplinary panel fined Manchester City and Liverpool in their European games
The Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Body ruled City would be fined 5,000 euro (£4270) after a pitch invasion during the Champions League tie against Paris St Germain at the Etihad Stadium on November 24.
Liverpool have been handed the same fine following a similar incident during their European tie against Porto at Anfield. The visitors, meanwhile, were sanctioned 45,000 euro (£35,500) for a late kick-off.
Tottenham have been fined 5,000 euro (£4270) following a pitch invasion during their home 3-2 Europa Conference League win over Vitesse on November 4, and also 2,750 euro (£2350) for the throwing of objects from the stands.
The Dutch side were fined 5,625 euro (£4,808) for the throwing of objects as well as 5,000 euro for crowd disturbances.
Scottish clubs Rangers and Celtic were also hit with fines from Europe’s governing body.
Celtic saw a fine imposed of 30,375 euro (£25,900) for the throwing of objects and 7,750 euro (£6,625) for the lighting of fireworks in the Europa League tie at Bayer Leverkusen on November 25.
Rangers have been fined 6,000 euro (£4270) for the throwing of objects during the 2-0 Europa League win over Sparta Prague at Ibrox.
The Republic of Ireland, meanwhile, were handed a 2,500 euro (£2,100) fine by the UEFA panel for a pitch invasion during the Under-21 fixture against Italy at the Tallaght Stadium in Dublin on November 12.