A Rangers supporter has died after falling ill while watching his team at Ibrox.
The man, who was in his 50s, was taken from the stadium to the Southern General Hospital in Glasgow at around 3.30pm but later died.
There are no suspicious circumstances around the death.
A spokesman for Strathclyde Police said: "Around 3.30pm today a man aged in his 50s took unwell while attending a match at Ibrox stadium in Glasgow. He was taken by ambulance to the Southern General Hospital but died a short time later.
"A post-mortem exam will take place in due course to establish the exact cause of death, however there are no suspicious circumstances."
Rangers defeated Berwick Rangers 4-2 in front of almost 45,000 fans and after the match goalscorer David Templeton tweeted: "So sad to hear about the fan who passed away at the game. Thoughts go out to the family and friends."
Tributes from other fans were also posted on Rangers' Facebook page. Karen Wilson said: "Thoughts are with the family of the fan who passed away at the match today. The respect of the fans was shown through the ceasing of singing at the Broomloan end whilst the medical team performed CPR for a long time, and for the applause given to the medical team as the gentleman was taken from the stand on a stretcher. You will not be forgotten. RIP."