Charges concerned the throwing of objects, blocking of stairways, firework lighting and acts of damage
Manchester United have been fined £13,700 relating to crowd problems at their Champions League last-16 first leg defeat against Paris St Germain earlier this month.
Charges against United concerned the throwing of objects and blocking of stairways at Old Trafford.
PSG have been fined £35,000 over incidents involving their supporters at the same match.
The French fans were charged for setting off fireworks and acts of damage.
Thomas Tuchel’s side have also been told to contact United within 30 days to settle the costs of the damage.
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The second leg of the tie will take place on March 6.
PSG take a 2-0 lead into the home fixture after goals from Presnel Kimpembe and Kylian Mbappe settled the first match.