NYON, Switzerland (AP) _ Paris Saint-Germain was dealt a record fine of nearly $600,000 by European soccer's governing body Wednesday because of fighting in the stands during a Champions League game.

The previous highest penalty, according to UEFA, was about $100,000 that Italy's Internazionale had to pay earlier this season.

UEFA also ordered PSG to play its next three ``home'' games in international competition away from its Parc des Princes stadium.

At PSG's home game against Turkish club Galatasaray on March 13, fans threw objects at each other and tried to break security fences in the stands. Two people ran on the field during the second half, and the referee suspended play.

UEFA also fined Galatasaray nearly $120,000 for ``lack of cooperation in controlling its fans, who were also involved in the crowd disturbances.''

More than 50 spectators were injured, with 17 hospitalized.