For the 2nd time in two years, Serie A’s Roma are forced to play a home game in an empty stadium. From The Sports Network.

The Italian Football League’s disciplinary committee has ordered Roma to play its next home match at a neutral location after fans were seen holding up anti-Semitic slogans during a recent home match.

The stadium ban was announced Tuesday following Roma’s home match against Livorno on Sunday. The club won the match 3-0.

The club will be forced to play its next home game on February 8 against Cagliari at an alternate location without any fans in attendance.