After being found guilty on three counts of misconduct during their betPawa Premier League Matchday 1 match against Medeama SC at the El Wak Stadium, the GFA Disciplinary Committee fined Legon Cities FC GHc8000 cedis.
Additionally, the Club will provide referee Charles Benle Bulu GHC 2000 to repair the two tires on his automobile.
Michael Ampadu, a member of the team, has also been given a 5-match suspension in addition to the suspension he must serve for receiving a red card during the game.
A club official was also given a 10-match suspension after the Disciplinary Committee, which was presided over by Vice Chair Carla Olympio, found him or her guilty of acting in a threatening and unsportsmanlike manner towards match officials on the day of the match.
Meanwhile the GFA Disciplinary Committee has sent Enforcement decisions to three clubs on outstanding debts to players and other clubs respectively.