A group of Celtic fans challenged Hearts supporters to a fight after a match between the two teams.
Edward Ingram, 39, Anthony Begley, 33 and Steven McGowan, 23, have been jailed and banned from going to watch their team for a total of 19 years for the offences.
The three men tried to fight with Hearts fans after a game at Celtic Park, as the visiting supporters made their way back to their buses to go home.
The Glasgow club’s supporters were convicted of forming part of a disorderly crowd, shouting, swearing, inciting and challenging others to fight and breaching the peace on October 28, 2009.
Ingram, from the Gorbals, Glasgow was jailed for two years for the and Begley from Bellgrove, Glasgow was sentenced to 15 months.
The pair, whose last offences were football related matters, were each given a football banning order for seven years.
McGowan, 22, from Johnstone, Renfrewshire, was jailed for 12 months for his part in the crime and given a five year football banning order. He has no football related previous convictions.
Once they are released from their prison terms, each of the men have to sign in at their local police office during Celtic matches, Glasgow Sheriff Court heard on Friday.
Sheriff Kenneth Mitchell told them: "This is a serious outbreak of public disorder and a very bad example of a breach of the peace occurring after a Celtic and Hearts football match.
"I have concluded that the gravity of the matter is such that the only appropriate disposal is a custodial one."
The three men did not go to the game but formed part of a crowd and caused trouble after Celtic lost 1-0 to the Edinburgh side. The crowd on Springfield Road near to the stadium at Parkhead and mounted police patrolling the area were brought in to separate the groups of fans.
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