A man has been banned from attending football matches in the UK for three years after he admitted an assault.
Matthew Thomson, 23, pleaded guilty at an earlier court hearing to assaulting a man before a Rangers v Aberdeen match at Ibrox on January 21.
He has now been given a three-year football banning order at Glasgow Sheriff Court.
Thomson, from Aberdeen, was also given a community payback order which includes 200 hours of unpaid work in the community, the Crown Office said.
The unprovoked attack was captured on CCTV from which Thomson was later identified by police, prosecutors said.
Speaking after the sentencing, Barry Dickson, football liaison prosecutor for the west of Scotland, said: "The Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service is absolutely determined to play its part in confronting problems of violence associated with football matches for which there is no place in today's society.
"Whether the offences are at the football match itself, travelling to or from it, we will do all in our power to bring those who perpetrate such crimes to justice."
Under the order, Thomson is barred from attending regulated football matches in the UK for three years, which include games where one or both participating teams represent a country or territory, or involve a club which is a member of the Scottish Premier League or the Scottish Football League.