The number of arrests made by police at the Rangers v Celtic Scottish Cup Final game in Glasgow has been revealed.

Police Scotland has said eight arrests were made in connection with alleged minor disorder offences at the match at Hampden Park on Saturday, May 25.

The force says a 25-year-old man has been charged and released on an undertaking, while three men - aged 19, 25, and 28 and a 17-year-old boy - will be reported to the Procurator Fiscal.

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On top of that, a 47-year-old man was also handed a fixed penalty notice.

Officers also say two 15-year-old youths were arrested and left in the care of their families.

Meanwhile, two women - aged 50 and 51 - were given recorded police warnings.

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Chief Superintendent Stevie Dolan said: “There was no significant disorder and I would like to thank the majority of fans for their conduct throughout the day. 

“Working with partner agencies, we provided a proportionate policing plan to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience for those in and around the city.”

The match saw Rangers take on Celtic - with the Hoops being crowned the champions after Adam Idah bagged a 90th-minute goal for the side.

The game finished 1 - 0 to Celtic.