Two men have been charged in connection with sectarian chanting during a Rangers match earlier this month.
The pair were arrested on Monday over the incident at the Third Division game between Peterhead and the Glasgow club at Balmoor Stadium on August 11.
A joint operation by Northern Constabulary and Strathclyde Police, assisted by Grampian Police and the police's Football Coordination Unit for Scotland, led to the arrests.
One of the men, aged 19 and from the Northern Constabulary force area, appeared at Peterhead Sheriff Court on Monday.
The second arrest, a 22-year-old man from the Strathclyde Police force area, is expected to appear at Peterhead Sheriff Court on Tuesday.
Grampian Police Inspector Andy Imray said: "Today's action send a clear message to the small minority of people intent on using football as an excuse to commit acts of disorder that behaviour of this type will not be tolerated.
"Offensive sectarian chanting or football disorder in any shape or form is totally unacceptable. We are not going to compromise on safety at the ground or outside on a match day and have proved that where we need to be visible and take action, we will do exactly that."