Rangers had been ordered to discontinuance fraction of Ibrox for Thursday’s assembly with Legia Warsaw following “racist behaviour – which incorporates sectarian singing” from fans.
The punishment from Uefa pertains to the Europa League first round, second leg in opposition to St Joseph’s on 18 July.
Rangers must discontinuance as a minimum 3,000 seats and display conceal a banner with “#EqualGame” on it within the empty fraction.
They are yet to articulate the distance to be shut for the sold-out sport.
The tie is within the steadiness after Thursday’s first leg in Warsaw completed goalless.
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“Our supporters had been requested over and over by the club to chorus from indulging on this, and utterly different forms of unacceptable behaviour,” said a speak from the Scottish club.
“Sadly, the warnings have fallen on deaf ears and the actions of this minority will cause the club and the massive majority of stylish and first price Rangers supporters to pay a heavy penalty.
“Unfortunately, a critical quantity of supporters, innocent of any wrongdoing, would per chance be unable to succor subsequent week’s match. This is deeply regrettable to all at the club and we hope that the guilty events who attracted the eye of Uefa would possibly perchance perchance also think on the danger their unacceptable behaviour is inflicting Rangers and their fellow supporters.
“If any particular particular person supporter is unable to behave in a civilised design then please have some distance flung from Ibrox and our club.
“You are harming Rangers and that’s something a honorable supporter would never wish to enact.”
Rangers chairman Dave King added: “Rangers is a club delivery to all and we can proceed to bring this message at every opportunity by our Everybody Anyone initiative.
“Rangers has avid gamers and supporters from many religions, cultures and backgrounds but we are one and the same when we earn to make stronger our club. If any supporter can no longer acquire that then Rangers is no longer the club for them.”
The Scottish FA and Scottish Educated Soccer League have declined to comment.