Police in Edinburgh have now charged 16 people in connection with a total of 38 offences following football-related disorder in the city.
The males, aged 15 to 22, have each been charged with a public disorder offence under the Offensive Behaviour at Football & Threatening Communications (Scotland) Act 2012.
Eleven of the males have also been charged with a total of 22 assault offences after five men were attacked during five incidents in the Gorgie and Dalry areas on 21st October.
Sergeant Alex Dickson of Oxgangs Police Station said: “A number of people, who were just going about their business, were subject to attacks following a match in the city and a robust investigation has been underway since this time.
“It is the minority of people who attend football matches with the intention of causing disorder however I want to reassure all supporters that those who engage in such behaviour will be rigorously pursued.”
All sixteen males are expected to appear at Edinburgh Sheriff Court at later dates.