Heart of Midlothian face disciplinary action from UEFA after fans invaded the pitch during their Europa League play-off round game at Liverpool.
David Templeton's goal at Anfield on August 30 sparked wild celebrations in the away end, with a small number of supporters spilling out onto the playing surface.
Hearts' goal levelled the tie on aggregate, before a strike from Luis Suarez put the SPL side out of the competition.
A statement from the governing body read: "UEFA has opened disciplinary proceedings against Heart of Midlothian FC for “field invasions by supporters” at last month's UEFA Europa League play-off second-leg match between Liverpool FC and the Scottish club.
"The case will be heard by the UEFA Control and Disciplinary Body on Thursday, September 20."
Dundee United, who also participated in the Europa League this term, were fined €17,000 by UEFA after crowd trouble at their match with Dinamo Moscow in early August.
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