A further three men have been arrested and charged by police over anti-Irish Catholic singing in Glasgow.
It comes after a video was posted online showing a group of Rangers supporters chanting a racist song referencing the famine whilst marching through the city centre.
Police said they expected to make “numerous arrests” following the incident, which took place ahead of the Old Firm match at Ibrox on Sunday, August 29.
On Wednesday, police arrested and charged three men aged 24, 21, and 19 in relation to the incident.
In a statement issued on Thursday, Rangers said they had written to three individuals to confirm their indefinite ban from all club fixtures.
On Friday morning, Police Scotland confirmed that three more individuals, aged 26, 23, and 21, have now also been arrested and charged.
A report will be submitted to the Procurator Fiscal, police said.