Police have arrested and charged 11 men and boys in connection with disorder before, during, and after the Motherwell vs Celtic game at Fir Park in September.
An officer and a steward were injured before kick-off.
Previously, Celtic noted “unsafe behaviour” at the match, when it said that supporters rushed turnstiles and forced open fire exits to allow ticketless fans into the stadium.
Officers have arrested and charged 11 supporters aged between 15 and 30 in connection with disorder offences on Saturday, September 30.
Police Scotland said reports had been submitted to the Procurator Fiscal.
A spokesperson for the force said: “At the time of the fixture officers worked with stewards to minimise disruption and ensure the safety of all involved.
“One steward and one police officer were injured during an incident prior to kick-off.”
Nine were due to appear at Hamilton Sheriff Court on Wednesday.
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