Roma fans will be barred from large sections of the Stadio Olimpico for the home game with Inter Milan on 2 March, Serie A chiefs have ruled.
The decision extends an existing partial stadium ban after the club's unruly fans infringed "territorial discrimination" rules by targeting Napoli with derogatory chants. Roma were initially handed a two-game partial ban two weeks ago after chants directed against Napoli and the club's supporters, meaning the north and south stands of the Olympic Stadium were closed to fans.
Roma served the first of those sanctions on Sunday during a 3-0 win in a half-empty stadium over Sampdoria. However further derogatory chanting during Sunday's fixture has prompted the closure of sections of the stadium adjacent to the South Stand for the visit of Inter.
The sanction also comes with an €80,000 ($110,000) fine.