NYON, Switzerland — Croatia will host England in an empty stadium for its home Nations League game in October to fulfil a ban imposed in 2015.

UEFA says the closure on Oct. 12 completes a two-game stadium ban ordered after fans marked a swastika on the pitch in Split ahead of a 2016 European Championship qualifier against Italy.

In 2015, UEFA also deducted one point from Croatia and fined the national federation 100,000 euros ($124,000).

Some Croatian media reported the swastika was a fan protest against federation leaders intending to embarrass them by forcing UEFA to impose punishments.

Croatia and England were drawn last Wednesday in a Nations League group with Spain.

Croatia host Spain on Nov. 15.