Rangers will offer more protection to their women's team after they were allegedly subjected to 'sectarian abuse' by the Green Brigade last weekend.

The Celtic fan group packed into East Kilbride's K-Park on Sunday afternoon to take in Celtic Women vs Rangers Women in the SWPL.

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According to the Daily Record, Rangers claim their players were targeted by fans in the home section as Celts won 3-1.

And now the Glasgow giants have told how they are willing to consider introducing tighter security at matches.

A spokesperson for the club told the publication: "Our women were subjected to misogynistic and sectarian abuse, which is totally unacceptable.

"Perhaps security measures need to be introduced for Rangers women when they have a match away from home against Celtic."

We exclusively told how the Green Brigade watched their team win the league spoils on Sunday and brought with them banners and flags after watching their men's team batter St Johnstone 7-0 one day earlier.

Celtic have been approached for comment.