A number of arrests were made as fans gathered near Hampden Park for Celtic’s Scottish Cup final win over Hearts.
Police had asked supporters to stay away for the match, which was won on penalties, but confirmed some gathered near the stadium.
Two people were arrested in connection with pyrotechnic related offences, while three were charged in connection with Covid-related offences in the vicinity of the ground.
A further two people were arrested in connection with pyrotechnic related offences but were “away from the stadium”.
Police were in attendance to deal with any issues outside the stadium on Sunday.
Superintendent Stevie Dolan said: “Despite there being no spectators, a policing plan was in place in case of any issues outwith the stadium.
“Disappointingly, despite the clubs, government and police asking people to do the right thing and stay away, a minority of fans did gather near to Hampden Park ahead of the match and pyrotechnics were used.”
He added: “The chief constable has been very clear that we are asking people to take personal responsibility to do the right thing and remember the purpose of these measures is to aid the collective effort to protect the NHS and save lives by preventing the virus from spreading.
“Our approach throughout the pandemic has been to engage with the public, explain the legislation and guidance, and encourage compliance, only using enforcement as a last resort.
“We will continue with that approach, but we will not hesitate to use enforcement action where it is necessary.”