Nacional have been fined $80,000 (£57,500) and their fans banned for three video games after some taunted Chapecoense about the plane crash which killed 19 gamers and employees.
During a Copa Libertadores match in January, some fans of the Uruguayan membership made gestures referring to the 2016 crash involving the Brazilian aspect.
Nacional mentioned the “horrendous” incident introduced a “deep sense of shame”.
Conmebol, South American soccer’s governing physique, banned Nacional fans for their subsequent three continental away video games.
“Unfortunately, many sick minds channel their irrationality to sporting scenarios”, Nacional mentioned in a press release shortly after the incident on 31 January.
The taunts had been made throughout Nacional’s 1-Zero first-leg win at Chapecoense within the second stage of Copa Libertadores qualifying.
They gained the second leg 1-Zero at residence on 7 Feb to finish a 2-Zero mixture victory.
Chapecoense had been on account of play within the last of the Copa Sudamericana when their plane crashed on its strategy to Medellin, Colombia, in November 2016, killing 71 individuals.
Colombian opponents Atletico Nacional requested for Chapecoense to be handed the cup, which was awarded to a few surviving gamers when the crew performed their first sport after the crash.
An investigation discovered human error was the cause of the disaster.