The Disciplinary Committee of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) has banned Hearts of Oak from playing at home for two matches for misconduct.
The former champions were also fined 11,000 cedis.
Though the Phobians pleaded not guilty to the charges levelled against them, they could not escape punishment for the incidents that happened during and after a Premier League match with New Edubiase in Accra on June 4.
Meanwhile, the porter of the club, Mohammed Alhassan, who faced two charges for verbally abusing and physically assaulting the match officials in the said game was fine 3,000 cedis.
The Club’s administrator, Hackman Aidoo, was also fined 3,000 cedis for misconduct.