Bolton and Everton have been fined for crowd disturbances in their respective matches against Atletico Madrid and Brann Bergen in the UEFA Cup.
Both sides exited the tournament in the last 16 earlier this month but the matches which have been highlighted by the UEFA Control and Disciplinary Body both occurred in the previous round.
Bolton have been fined £5,000 for disturbances in their second leg match against Atletico Madrid and their opponents have been fined £15,000 for the throwing of missiles by their fans.
Everton have been ordered to pay £2,500 after their fans invaded the pitch, while their Norwegian opponents have been fined £7,500 for similar offences by home supporters.
French side Lyon have been fined £2,500 for “incidents of an unsporting nature” in their Champions League clash with Manchester United last month, a match which saw Cristiano Ronaldo targeted with a laser pen.