Stefano Mauri, Gokhan Inler and Gergely Rudolf received two-match bans, while Udinese were fined after their fans insulted the referee.
The Disciplinary Commission has suspended Lazio midfielder Mauri, Udinese star Inler and Bari striker Rudolf for the next two rounds.
It means both Inler and Mauri will miss the big Week 36 showdown between Udinese and Lazio for fourth place.
Other players banned for Serie A Week 35 include Inter goalkeeper Julio Cesar, Milan's Mark Van Bommel and Sampdoria duo Andrea Poli and Massimo Volta.
Clubs were also subjected to fines, including an unusual one under new guidelines. Udinese were fined €2,000 after their fans aimed insulting chants at the referee.
Gokhan Inler (Udinese)
Stefano Mauri (Lazio)
Gergely Rudolf (Bari)
Andrea Poli, Massimo Volta (Sampdoria)
Giuseppe Colucci (Cesena)
Julio Cesar (Inter)
Pablo Armero (Udinese)
Dario Dainelli, Omar Milanetto, Rodrigo Palacio (Genoa)
Angelo, Cristian Zaccardo (Parma)
Mark van Bommel (Milan)
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