FIFA have fined Bulgaria and Hungary and ordered them to play one match each behind closed doors.
Hungary and Bulgaria have been punished by FIFA after racist abuse from fans aimed at supporters of other nations. The international teams have been fined 40,000 Swiss Francs and 35,000 Swiss Francs respectively, and ordered to play one World Cup qualifier each behind closed doors.
The punishments come after Bulgaria fans directed monkey chants at Denmark defender Patrick Mtiliga during their World Cup qualifier in October, while Hungary fans displayed Iran flags and directed anti-Semitic chants towards Israel fans in their qualifier in August.
FIFA said "The offensive, denigratory and discriminatory action of a small group of Bulgarian supporters was shameful", and condemned both incidents as "abhorrent".
Bulgaria will now play Malta, and Hungary will face Romania, both also World Cup qualifiers, in empty stadiums on the 22nd of March.
FIFA decided not to deduct points from both teams, which would have been a feasible punishment due to the disciplinary code they implement, despite Blatter's comments that "sanctions must be a deduction of points or something similar".