Huebner was alleged to have used a racist insult towards German-born Amiri, whose mother and father are from Afghanistan, after the pair argued following Union’s 1-Zero Bundesliga win within the capital final Friday.
However the DFB stated “no proof of a racially motivated or discriminatory act could possibly be supplied” and as an alternative banned Huebner for “unsportsmanlike conduct”.
“Even Nadiem Amiri couldn’t rule out through the investigations that the selection of phrases was completely different,” the DFB stated in a press release.
The disciplinary committee stated each gamers had apologised to one another for his or her “respective misconduct”.
Huebner stated in a press release on the Union Berlin web site that he was “glad that the matter has been settled shortly”.
“It’s of basic significance to me that the sports activities tribunal and the German FA assume that I personally had beforehand been verbally attacked and that my feedback weren’t discriminatory or racist in any manner,” he added.
“Any form of xenophobia and discrimination is deeply abhorred in my household and by me.
“I’ve spoken to my opponent Nadiem Amiri and we now have cleared every little thing up. This additionally consists of admitting a mistake to one another.”
The 29-year-old will miss Saturday’s recreation at mid-table Augsburg and the house recreation towards Borussia Moenchengladbach on January 30.