Sevilla defender Daniel Carrico has received a four-game ban after being found guilty of directing a homophobic slur toward referee Carlos del Cerro Grande during the Copa del Rey final.
Carrico was sent off in the closing stages of Sevilla's 2-0 defeat to Barcelona after extra time in Sunday's decider at the Vicente Calderon in Madrid.
The once-capped Portugal international received a yellow card for fouling Barcelona's Lionel Messi, before directing a homophobic slur in Del Cerro Grande's direction.
The referee then proceeded to show Carrico a red card before Barcelona went on to score its second goal of the night through Neymar to seal back-to-back domestic doubles.
The competition judge of the Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) sentenced Carrico to a four-game ban, keeping him out of next season's Spanish Super Cup against Barca and then Sevilla's next two Copa del Rey fixtures.
Carrico's teammate Ever Banega and Barcelona defender Javier Mascherano, who were also sent off in the final, both received one-game suspensions.
For the accumulation of yellow cards in the competition, Andres Iniesta (Barcelona), Adil Rami and Grzegorz Krychowiak (Sevilla) were also given one-game bans.