Roma are facing charges from UEFA following crowd trouble at their Champions League match against Chelsea earlier this month.
A UEFA spokesman confirmed to said that Roma have been charged with "insufficient organisation" at the Stadio Olimpico after fireworks were set off at the match on November 4.
There was also fighting between fans prior to kick-off. Roma won the game 3-1. UEFA's control and disciplinary panel will hear the case on December 11.
The Stadio Olimpico has been selected to host the Champions League final in May next year, but UEFA had already voiced concerns over crowd trouble and there is speculation Rome could be stripped of the marquee event.
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