Four people were charged by police last night following reports of disorder at the Scottish Premiership clash between Aberdeen and Celtic at Pittodrie.
Two Celtic fans were arrested after allegedly jeering during a minute’s silence to remember fallen servicemen and women.
Another supporter was charged with what police described as another “disorder-related” offence during the match.
A fourth fan was arrested and charged for allegedly breaching bail conditions.
The 60-second Remembrance Sunday tribute to the armed forces was observed by the vast majority of supporters.
Celtic ran out 2-1 winners over Aberdeen thanks to a late goal from Virgil van Dijk.
Shouting and singing could be heard coming from the visiting section at Pittodrie during the silence prior to kick-off, angering both Celtic and Aberdeen fans.
Last night, manager Ronny Deila said he was “disappointed” by those who failed to observe the mark of respect.
“Sometimes some people are not respectful,” he said.
“It’s very, very important for Celtic to be respectful.”
An Aberdeen FC spokesman praised Dons fans for “impeccable” behaviour throughout the Remembrance Sunday silence and the rest of the match.
Last week, Celtic’s charity organisation donated £10,000 to Poppyscotland and carried a story on its website detailing the Celtic players who died during World War I.
The issue has proved controversial in the past, particularly when the club strip carried the poppy symbol for a game four years ago.
A group of Celtic fans staging a banner protest against the “blood-stained poppy on our hoops”.