The Nerazzurri have also been fined €50,000 for alleged territorial discrimination against supporters from the south, while Roma fans have been punished for throwing missiles at…
Inter’s Curva Nord stand will be closed for the next two Serie A matches following “discriminatory chants” in the 0-0 draw with Napoli.
The punishment was confirmed in a statement from the league’s governing body on Tuesday, following the April 26 meeting between the two sides.
Inter have been fined €50,000 for the incident, while a section of the ground will be closed for their final home game of the season – against Lazio on May 10 – as well as the opening home fixture of the 2014-15 season.
Elsewhere, Roma have been fined €15,000 after a section of their support threw missiles in the direction of the Milan fans in the game between the two sides on April 25.
Roma won 2-0 in the Stadio Olimpico, but the actions of their fans have been punished by the league.
Milan have also been sanctioned after their supporters retaliated and threw a missile back, with the club handed a €4,000 penalty.