Seven people have been arrested for various offences including assault and alleged sectarian singing following Sunday’s Scottish Cup semi-final.
The match at Hampden Park in Glasgow saw Rangers beat Celtic 2-1 to book themselves a place in the final.
Police said they had a “proportionate plan in place” to minimise disruption to the wider public as groups of football fans made their way to and from the stadium in the southside of the city.
The force confirmed seven people have since been arrested for various offences following the match, with one person given a fixed penalty notice for being in possession of a pyrotechnic.
Police said further enquiries into reports of alleged sectarian singing are ongoing.
Chief Superintendent Mark Sutherland, Divisional Commander for Greater Glasgow, said: “The Scottish Cup semi-final between Celtic and Rangers at Hampden Park in Glasgow on Sunday April 17 was a large and complex operation that involved officers working with a range of partners across the country to ensure the match went ahead safely and with minimal disruption to the wider public.
“Police Scotland had a proportionate plan in place to support the event and to deal swiftly with acts of violence, disorder and anti-social behaviour.
“Seven people were arrested for various offences including assault and alleged sectarian singing. One person was given a fixed penalty ticket for possession of a pyrotechnic.
“Further enquiries are ongoing into reports of alleged sectarian singing and use of pyrotechnics.”