Four men have been charged in relation to disorder between rival football fans in Glasgow.
Ahead of the match between Rangers and Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday, police were called to an alleged disturbance on Paisley Road West at around 1.30pm.
During the disturbance, it was alleged that police officers were “attacked with furniture” and one required medical assistance.
As a result, Greater Glasgow commander, chief superintendent Mark Sutherland authorised emergency stop and search powers to be used “when absolutely necessary”.
Police confirmed on Sunday that four men have been charged in relation to the football disorder.
A 24-year-old man was charged with alleged mobbing, rioting offences and police assault.
Three further men, aged 25, 27, and 51 were charged with alleged breach of the peace offences.
A Police Scotland spokesperson said: “There were four men arrested in relation to football disorder in Glasgow on Saturday, July 23.
“A 24-year-old man was charged with alleged mobbing and rioting offences and police assault, whilst a further three men, aged 25, 27 and 51 years, were charged with alleged breach of the peace offences.”
In a statement on Saturday, Mr Sutherland said: “There have been a significant number of football fans intent on causing disorder and violence across the city this afternoon and police officers have had to act swiftly and robustly to ensure public safety and reduce disorder.
“As we approach the new football season I would make it clear that this behaviour will not be tolerated. It impacts other members of the public and the vast majority of football supporters who are in the city to enjoy the game.”