Aberdeen Football Club are facing a costly repair bill after disorder erupted between fans at Pittodrie over the weekend.
A number of seats were damaged following the quarter final between Rangers and Aberdeen at Pittodrie on Sunday.
Supporters from both sides began clashing with each other after the full time whistle.
One fan was caught on camera sending a red seat flying through the air across the divide of dozens of security staff and police officers and into the Dons supporter section.
A total of 60 seats were damaged costing around £45 each. With the additional cost of fitting the new seats the final bill is costing Aberdeen a near £3,000.
An Aberdeen FC spokesman said: “60 seats, priced at £45 each, were damaged following the match.
“This has cost the club around £2,700 but with added costs of manual labour will bring the total sum to around £3,000.”
Police have since arrested six people including five men and a woman with disorder related offences and the use of a pyrotechnic device.
Match Commander Superintendent Richard Craig said: “I would like to thank the vast majority of supporters from both clubs who heeded our advice and behaved responsibly today.
“However, it is disappointing that a very small minority of fans chose to ignore the warnings and were in involved in disorderly behaviour. They have let themselves and their clubs down.
“Disruptive behaviour in and around football matches in Scotland will not be tolerated and those who choose to conduct themselves in such a way will be firmly dealt with.”