Hamburg-based Teutonia Ottensen called its punishment for stopping a game in protest of racist abuse apparently directed at Marcus Coffie “a slap in the face."
The assailant is a migrant and Islamist known to German security forces.
German Chancellor Merkel condemned the violence but also said the majority were peaceful and legitimate protesters.
The section that needs to be resolved relates to the U.S. insistence that there be a reference to fossil fuels.
Demonstrators smashed shop windows, torched cars and set fires in the streets.
Ahead of Friday’s G20 meeting in Hamburg, there were violent clashes between riot police and ‘Welcome To Hell’ anti-globalization protestors.
German authorities are preparing for 100,000 demonstrators to hit the city.