Croatia deducted Euro 2016 point for pitch swastika

Uefa say the case will be dealt with on 16 July, with the Croatian Football Federation blaming an act of "sabotage"

Croatia have been deducted a point from Euro 2016 qualifying Group H as punishment for a swastika painted on the pitch before a match against Italy.

Uefa also fined the Croatian Football Federation (CFF) 100,000 Euros (£70,000) and ordered their next two games to be played in an empty stadium.

Croatia are also barred from holding qualifiers in Split, which hosted the 1-1 draw with Italy on 12 June.

The CFF claim the incident was an act of "sabotage" and can appeal.

Croatia remain top of Group H, a point above Italy, even with the deduction.

The top two teams from each group automatically qualify for next summer's finals in France.

See all of the qualifying tables here.