More than 100 people were in the Clutha bar in Glasgow city centre when a police helicopter crashed through the roof on Friday November 29.
Today's game was arranged because so many comics are in Glasgow ahead of a comedy gala this evening to raise money for the Clutha Appeal fund set up by Glasgow City Council, which has received donations of more than £200,000 so far.
The match at Toryglen Regional Football Centre raised around £1,000, with the Old Firm United team winning 6-3 against Rest of the World.
Organiser Alan Anderson said: "Unusually there's going to be quite a lot of comics all in the city on the same day and the idea of having a football match came about.
"This quickly morphed into one where we try to raise money and since Glasgow has shown great unity following the Clutha crash it seemed only right that a united comedians team of Old Firm fans compete against comics from the rest of Scotland and beyond."
Fred MacAulay, Des McLean and Janey Godley are among the comedians who will be performing at the 'Stand up for Clutha Comedy Gala' at Glasgow's O2 Academy on Eglinton Street this evening.
So far £20,000 has been raised through the gala and the target is £40,000.
Funerals took place the week before last for the three helicopter crew who were killed: pilot David Traill, 51, Pc Tony Collins, 43, and Pc Kirsty Nelis, 36; and the six pub customers killed: John McGarrigle, 57, Mark O'Prey, 44, Gary Arthur, 48, Colin Gibson, 33, Robert Jenkins, 61, and Samuel McGhee, 56.
The 10th victim, 59-year-old Joe Cusker, was pulled from the wreckage alive but died in hospital from his injuries almost two weeks later. His funeral took place on Wednesday.
It has not yet been established what caused the helicopter to fall from the sky, although investigators said initial evidence rules out engine or gearbox failure.