Hundreds of litres of alcohol was seized from Scotland football fans as they travelled to the World Cup qualifier game on October 10.
The British Transport Police (BTP) confiscated 600 litres of booze from the Tartan Army as it
made its way to Hampden in Glasgow to watch the national team play Norway.
Fans had been warned ahead of the game that there would be a significant clampdown on drinking on public transport to avoid alcohol-fuelled anti-social behaviour.
One arrest was made after an officer was assaulted at Montrose train station, in Angus.
Four people were also reported for drinking on trains which had alcohol bans in place.
Despite this BTP Chief Inspector Alex McGuire said: "We seized any containers containing alcohol and had them crushed.
"These restrictions are put in place for a very good reason and it's to try and prevent disorder or anti-social behaviour which more often than not is associated with alcohol."
Police confiscated 251 bottles and cans in the ground and 34 people were not allowed into the stadium because they were too drunk.