Disabled Chelsea supporters reportedly had coins, bottles and chewing gum thrown at them as well as being spat at during the first leg of the Champions League quarter-final clash in the French capital in April.
UEFA revealed on Tuesday that the Ligue 1 champions must play their first home game in Europe's elite club competition in 2014-15 with two sections of their stadium closed as punishment.
A statement from the governing body said: "The UEFA Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Body has ordered the closure of sectors 104 and 105 of Paris Saint-Germain’s stadium, the Parc des Princes, for the next (1) UEFA competition match which Paris Saint-Germain would play as the host club.
"The sanction has been imposed for the discriminatory conduct of some Paris Saint-Germain supporters towards disabled fans of Chelsea FC (Art. 14 of the 2014 UEFA Disciplinary Regulations) at last season's UEFA Champions League quarter-final first-leg match between the two clubs in Paris on 2 April 2014."
Chelsea went on to knock PSG out of the competition on away goals and secure their place in the last four by winning 2-0 at Stamford Bridge after the first leg finished 3-1.
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