Mourinho has been sanctioned by the FIGC national court after he called official Daniele Chiffi “the worst referee he had ever seen” after Roma’s game against Monza on May 3.
The Portuguese, who has also overseen Chelsea, Manchester United and Tottenham, will not appear on the sidelines or in the club’s dressing room on matchdays for the first ten days of the new domestic season.
He was also fined €50,000 (just over £43,000).
Last week, Mourinho was banned by UEFA for four games for manhandling England referee Anthony Taylor at the Europa League final on May 31.
Mourinho criticized Taylor in his post-match press conference and video footage that later surfaced on social media could be seen gesturing at Taylor and the officials in the stadium car park, saying “shame”.
Later video footage showed Taylor being attacked by angry fans at Budapest Airport.
UEFA responded to this in a statement on June 2, the same day Mourinho was charged.
The statement said: “UEFA strongly condemns violent behavior towards its referee Anthony Taylor and his family. Such actions are unacceptable and undermine UEFA’s spirit of fair play and respect.
“Referees play a crucial role in ensuring the integrity and fairness of the game, and their safety and well-being are paramount.” UEFA stands by its commitment to providing a safe and respectful environment for all participants, including the referees , and will not tolerate any violent behavior towards them.
“We call on all players, coaches and fans to embrace the values of sportsmanship, treat referees with dignity and respect and work with us to maintain the highest standards of behavior on and off the pitch.”
“UEFA works closely with local police and airport security, starting with the referees’ arrival at the host cities. However, we are constantly striving to improve security measures for officers in coordination with local authorities. We will carefully assess the incidents and incorporate valuable insights into our future event planning processes.”