Bangor City have been fined a total of £700 by the Football Association of Wales (FAW) for their fans behaviour during the Welsh Cup match against Caernarfon Town, which was played on 26 January 2019.

The FAW Disciplinary Panel met on 21 February and charged Bangor with four offences which included igniting and throwing a flare/smoke bomb in the 61st minute of the game. The charge was found proven and Bangor City FC received a fine of £240.00.

The second charge that supporters on or around the 27th minute and/or on or around the 90th minute of the match allegedly threw missiles, including a bottle and/or other potentially harmful or dangerous objects, was also proven and the club were fined a further £240.

A disciplinary charge of supporters conducting themselves in a threatening, abusive or provocative manner or language at the end of the match, and allegedly encroaching on the pitch area brought the club a further £220 in fines.

Trouble had also flared on Holyhead Road in upper Bangor prior to the match, which resulted in a police officer requiring hospital treatment.

Bangor City have been approached for a comment.