Six men were charged following the Dons match against Hibs – including a 44-year-old caught allegedly urinating in a nearby cemetery.
Around 15,000 fans descended on Pittodrie for the game, which ended with a 0-0 draw.
Police yesterday praised the majority of fans, but revealed six people had been charged with antisocial behaviour.
This includes one 44-year-old from Edinburgh, who was spotted allegedly urinating at Trinity Cemetery.
A 29-year-old man from Edinburgh was charged following a disturbance at a bar near the stadium and for allegedly being in possession of a Class A drug.
Meanwhile, a 16-year-old boy, also from Edinburgh was charged in connection with the vandalism of a car in the Park Road area.
Another teenager, a 19-year-old from Aberdeen, was arrested for having alcohol within the stadium, while another local – a 59-year-old man – was charged with making alleged sectarian and offensive comments during the match.
A second 59-year-old was charged with an alleged assault within the stadium grounds.
Six people were refused entry for unruly behaviour and alcohol-related issues, and three others were thrown out of the stadium during the game.
Match commander Chief Inspector Murray Main said: “I hope the quick, robust action taken by officers and stewards at the weekend serves as a clear reminder to those who choose to behave in an anti-social or otherwise unacceptable manner at football fixtures.
“With another high profile match in Aberdeen tomorrow night, I want to remind the public that there is absolutely no place for anti-social behaviour in any form.”
Thousands of fans are expected to turn out for the Aberdeen v Rangers match at Pittodrie tonight, and officers are urging them to leave plenty of time as extra security measures will be in place – including a dog unit and mounted police.
Superintendent Innes Walker, match commander for tonight’s game, said: “Everyone has the right to enjoy a safe, trouble-free match and anyone who chooses to act illegally or inappropriately will be dealt with robustly. Retrospective
investigations will also be conducted and offenders will be identified and arrested.
“Between us all, let’s make sure that all is being talked about the next day is the football on the pitch.”
Aberdeen Football Club (AFC) assured that anti-social behaviour from fans will be treated strictly.
A spokesman said: “AFC prides itself in being a club for all the family and any inappropriate behaviour will be dealt with accordingly.”
Councillor Dell Henrickson said: “It is disappointing that a small number of fans are alleged to have been involved in anti-social and criminal behaviour.
“It detracts from the thousands who turned up on Saturday and passionately backed their sides in the race for second place.”