The commission also proposed fines of €5,000 and a one-year stadium ban for each of the three Valencia fans accused of racially insulting Vinicius during a Spanish league match on May 21.
The punishment was expected to be imposed by local authorities.
Spanish club Valencia has already banned three fans for life from its stadium. The club was fined €27,000 and punished with the partial closure of the Mestalla stadium for three matches.
All seven were arrested a few days after the racist insults in Valencia sparked a storm of support for Vinicius and a swift reaction from authorities and soccer officials.
The seven men were released pending further investigation by authorities. All of them could face criminal charges, although so far no one has been brought to trial in Spain for racially insulting a professional soccer player.
The scarecrow incident happened on January 26 during preparations for the derby match between Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid.
Vinicius, 22, who is black, has been repeatedly subjected to racist taunts since coming to Spain from his native Brazil five years ago. He has criticized Spanish soccer and local authorities for inaction.
On Monday, the Spanish and Brazilian soccer federations announced that Spain will host Brazil in a friendly match dedicated to both countries’ fight against racism. The game will take place next March in Spain.
The Brazilian federation came out strongly in defense of Vinicius after he was insulted and criticized Spanish soccer and local authorities for not acting to protect the Brazilian player.
We agreed that we need to build together and not just mourn what happened, Spanish federation president Luiz Rubiales said. This game shows our unity and our dedication to fighting together against anything that harms the values of soccer.