Buses are being affected due to a football march in Glasgow today. 

First Glasgow took to X to say that due to a 'football march' on Cathcart Road and Aitkenhead Road, services 4/4A/5/6/7/7A/21/31/75/267 were facing 'heavy delays'. 

It comes as Rangers are set to face Celtic this afternoon for The Scottish Cup final at Hampden Stadium. 

The game will kick off at 3pm. 

It is unclear who is partaking in the march. 

A large procession of Hoops fans recently left Glasgow Green around noon to make their way to Hampden Stadium and Gers fans were seen confronting Celtic supporters outside a bar in Glasgow this morning. 

Footage from several sources has been widely shared online of a large group of Gers fans walking, then running, past Graces in the Candleriggs area of the city centre.

The clips shows several people with their faces covered, all wearing blue tops and either black shorts or trousers.

The scenes were filmed from inside the bar, with bouncers seen manning the doors, and some Celtic fans also outside.

Police also issued a statement ahead of the clash, saying they have a plan in place to minimise any disruption to the community. 

Today's game will be shown live on Premier Sports, as well as on BBC One Scotland from 1:15pm.