Football fans have been praised for their behaviour after Highland side Ross County competed in their first away fixture in Scotland’s top league at the weekend.
The Staggies travelled to Aberdeen on Saturday to play against the Dons in the SPL and brought a sizeable away support with them.
Grampian Police said it had been “delighted” with the behaviour of both sets of supporters after only one supporter from the 14,000 strong crowd was arrested.
Aberdeen divisional commander chief superintendent Adrian Watson said: "We have nothing but praise for the Staggies fans who made the journey through to Aberdeen on Saturday.
"They were great ambassadors for their club and, from our perspective, a welcome addition.
"This was complemented by a healthy home Dons crowd who, as we have come to expect, behaved admirably. There was only one arrest for a minor disorder issue.
"Pittodrie is one of the safest match-day experiences in the country, but there is no room for complacency.
"Saturday could potentially have thrown up some challenges to the Force, with Peterhead entertaining Rangers that same afternoon.
"However, through considerable planning around both fixtures, with the respective clubs, football authorities and other police forces, we are relatively pleased with the outcome."