Juventus president Andrea Agnelli has been banned for a year for his role in the sale of match tickets to mafia-linked supporters' groups.
He was also fined 20,000 euros while Juventus is to pay 300,000 euros. Three other club officials were also banned for a year and fined 20,000 euros.
According to AFP, Agnelli was accused of helping sell tickets to ultras fans. Many of which are allegedly linked to organised crime. The tickets were then resold for a huge profit.
It has however been reported that Agnelli and Juventus have plans to appeal.
Prosecutor Giuseppe Pecoraro requested a 30-month suspension and 50,000 euro fine against Agnelli.
Pecoraro told AFP: "I'm partly satisfied because we've been able to prove the guilt of everyone involved, but the findings were serious that, in my opinion, they should have been punished more, so we'll appeal.
"I think going to another court will be useful, bearing in mind they went to organised crime, and that is very serious."