Leicester Tigers head coach Geordan Murphy will appear before an independent disciplinary panel after he was accused of verbally abusing match officials.
The incident occurred during the final round of the Gallagher Premiership against Bath Rugby at Welford Road last weekend and has been charged with conduct prejudicial to the interests of the game.
The 41-year-old will now face two charges - one charge of verbally abusing a match official with an alternative charge of failing to respect the authority of a match official - both with a breach of Law 9.28.
Murphy will face the hearing on 29th May in London and if proved guilty he will face a minimum suspension of six weeks for a low range to a maximum ban of one-year for high range offence.
Leicester Tigers had a tough 2018/19 season of Gallagher Premiership with just seven wins from 22 games that saw them finish 11th in the table.