A teenager hurled a flare near a young child at a Rangers vs Sparta Prague match.
Stewart Stirling, 19, committed the crime at Glasgow’s Ibrox Stadium on November 25, 2021.
The ground was hosting a crunch Europa League tie which the hosts won 2-0.
Stirling’s charge states he “culpably and recklessly threw a lit pyrotechnic into a crowd of football supporters in close proximity to a child to the danger of said supporters and child.”
The child is understood to have been five years old and a man was left with burned clothing as a result of the incident.
Stirling, of Rothesay, Argyll and Bute, pled guilty to culpable and reckless conduct.
Sheriff Anthony Deutsch refused to hear a narrative of the facts and admonished Stirling of the single charge.
Stirling was banned from attending all UK football matches for a year.
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