Tottenham's next Uefa Cup opponents Feyenoord have been excluded from this season's competition.
Uefa has banished the Dutch club after the crowd trouble during their match in France against Nancy on 30 November.
The group stage game had to be stopped for half an hour because of trouble in the stands as Feyenoord trailed 3-0.
Feyenoord were set to play Tottenham in the last 32 knockout stage of the Uefa Cup and Spurs must wait to see if they now get a bye into the next round.
A Uefa spokesman said: "We have not decided what will happen with Tottenham and whether they will receive a bye or play the fourth-placed team from Feyenoord's group."
Feyenoord had originally been fined £81,000 and handed a suspended sentence to play two matches in an empty stadium.
"This is a huge slap in the face for the club," said Feyenoord financial director Onno Jacobs.
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"It will have enormous consequences, both sporting and financial. We'll lose ticket receipts, TV rights and the possibility of progressing in the competition.
"Our true supporters are the real victims of this decision. They are paying the price for the faults of individuals who have nothing to do with the club and from whom Feyenoord has always distanced itself."
The decision was taken by Uefa's independent Control and Disciplinary board, but European football's governing body appealed the decision for a harsher punishment.
"The appeal by Feyenoord against the original punishment handed down by the Uefa Control and Disciplinary Body was rejected," said a Uefa statement.
"Feyenoord were also ordered to contact Nancy regarding settlement of the damages."